Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: April 23, 1920
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Volume ID: VID04543
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Mere. 'And" Bettor er' Berry MarkeU Price. Brine High-( Carriers Agree of Florida to Speed Products Up On Delivery : far .Local Company Eatly Tuesday morning, April 18th, Moitt .Sells Domvrtie-Pl.w Work to The sad nw-reached! Starke Sun j'

ha'. ,_ I the angel of peace railed to rest Mrs. Wall and Colley i day morning that Captain Jeremiah
.The'strawberry'business is'iinprov1 Washington, April 20.-Thousands j I! F. D...Wainright.. after a long spell of Well. had died at the home of his
1, after of of dollars worth of Florida fruits and :Monday' night the local military i weary illness during which she was DomesticPlow Works p. have been' daughter; Mr. J. Tomlinson, of
season disappointment
Last week Were vegetable'' will be saved by a plan i company was well represented at the tenderly cared for by bar daughters sold by A. E. Moitt to A. E. Wall and Dunnellon, shortly before. The new
embargoes placed on to through its weekly drill. Sons,, skilled physicians( and kind J. F. Colby, and the new :
agreed'upon here"today" by the Interstate j armory go owner are came a* a'telephone message to CoL
city north'of Atlanta and ship-1
J Captain Do Witt.C. Jones 'the company friends already in possession. The "
pen bad 'to commerce commission and fruit ? property W. T. Week, asking him to notify
: satisfy With and vegetable growers generally several i commander, read special 'order Julliia,. Wainright'( sheewassbboorn consists of ,,two brick( building. and the local Masonic lodge of the event, 's''
the-smaller. "markets, aucn' : asAtlanta;' day ago when the railroad( strike No. 18 from Adjutant General Sidney S. Tucker and in yards, engine tool and appliance. for and that they transmit,the information
Savannah, Columbia,, Birmingham began., It ,was realised'that unless J. Catty Jr., dated St. Augustine Charltott county, Ua.. December 28, all kinds of blacksmith and carriage to the Masonic lodge of Valdosta,
| Montgomery'! Jacksonville and drastic action( should be taken' to get April 14th, confirming the. appoint- 1802 therefore would have been sixty- work, and floor and lard space admitof Ga. that the remain .were) to i
could not therefure'offer more than 1 I the Florida products to Northern markets ment of the following 'noncommissioned eight :year of age had ha lived until a large business.Mr. 'I be interred at that city. Monday with
from $4 to $5 per crate.Monday ev-J at the earliest possible moment officers, who had been recommended next December. On January 5,'18610 Colley, as all know., is a' first- Masonic honors the deceased having
,ery embargo was Lifted, and although the. loss resulting would be incalcula by Captain 'Jones, for Fourth she was united in marriage with class blacksmith and wood worker.: been a Free Mason in high standing
about 14W 'bushelswere brought in,I'ble. I Separate Company; First Florida Infantry Frank D., Wainright 'who preceded Mr. Wall is a good machinist and Our insufficient data allow us only
the price paid'.was' -$tt.60 .to If7 per I With thfs end in view a meeting N. G. F.I her to the heavenly home on Decem steam fitter. This means that any; to state the following about the .de-
bushel crate. I'[. called yesterday at which time a 1 Sergeants-William A. Moitt News ber 6. 1001. Mrs. Wainright was the kind of vehicle, or machine work; ceased. He .was .born near Valdosta, "
Owing to the good times was put up for consideration. Jones, Julian L. Peek John M. Darby, mother ofnine children six of whom coming( to the shops can be executed j Ga, 83 years ago.- At the outbreakof
market' m the southern .everywhereIThie": in brief provides that fruit and Thomas T. Long,O. Kirk Lewis, W, survive her namely; Mrs. T. D. Griffin ( in the best; manner and with prompt.nell. the war between the state he joined a
et: .4'iorMut, which have vegetable ears shall be run from Flor A. Bessent. Jr. Lacy R. Edwards.Corponee4Jeorge Mrs Janie Woodard Charles Lucian It is probable that a small Raw the Confederate army and for efficient -
to anything betore. are now good, anda ida points to New York In from three 'E. Andreu, Kelly Wainright of Jacksonville J... mill.l will be erected in the spacious ( 'service, was promoted to the ranlc-
.large quantity ot berries are dally*}to'four day. so that there shall be no Aehbrook Charles R., Cooper, Curtis A. Wainright, of Gilmaria S. C.' Mrs' yards to supply, at least all the lumber of' c.ptaln. After the conclusion of
being sent to the place mentioned, by 1 I further damage. It I.i (impossible to. M. Deer, hurtle Newmans, Her- J. Klckliter, Starke; Mrs. Btanch. needed in their business.( ? the war he moved to Worthington, this P
open express. i I I bert C. Ritch Perkins Wills; Dayton Ohio.' j MrMoitt has .
attach these cars to ( I Warren E. conducted plow and county, and lived there many" year
,. ' their own. ,1"11'0 get enough t>f re1ttigerators I straight( to New York from Florida on Frank L. Turner Harold C. ''Wall. family residence on N. Walnut streetat business( was formerly on a large Butler.* After retiring from business
; as tew ox: those sent from I schedules.( Congressman I l' The appointments date from Febra three o'clock Wednesday afternoon scale, but unfortunately, he lost hi. he made hi. home with hi. daughter "
,_ here tale season have yet been returned .passenger at home on campaign ary 17. 180/ so that the above named and was largely attended by friends eyesight almost entirely and was finally Mn. ''J. P. Tomlinson firstof Lake '1'
-But occasionally, they intercept aconsignment .business worked effectually through appointees have already. ,resumed and acquaintance who came to pay compelled to give up his shops Butler.- then 1n Starke, and of late in '
ot empty>tx>xedestined' their. -. their to'this excellent Only wonderful ,
his Washington office, and Representative I respective duties.I respect lady and a tenacity purposeand Dunnellon. He wa a .comrade of -J.
to Plant City .Sometime: it lice been Clark was instrumental in secure 'I I Fifty rifle >and bayonet scabbard her sorrowing. children. 'A' a mark devotion to duty enabled him to J. Dlrkison Camp of this city( and wa +1' 1
I '. thla--arttcl'' u.t;enough,to meet .the ing'' speedy adoption of this plan have already arrived and the rest; of of respect all of the business houses remain invharness a* long as he did.( universally respected and be Gved. He ''i
.demand.and. ,, the'shippers'. 'OnJreo/ which' will save Florida, a i the accoutrements and the uniform/ in Starke were closed during the time Good, honest work has earned for the had friends without number who
source' ts 'then to send the berne.'by large! amount of money. are. expected to arrive soon.- . of the funeral. The floral -offeringswere shops an enviable reputation. mourn hi* departure and sympathies
open express to nearby point.' "1 4 r Drill over_the bps marched to the profuse and exquisitely( beautl-f t The new owners are able and energttic with the bereaved relative ,
.. It is hoped that henceforth, while The foregoing is somewhat confus .ft in a body and invaded ful, many handsome piece of rare << men and will reach out for alt Messrs. W. J. Epperson and' F.' I* i l' }
the berry _.Ollla.ta. good price will big from the fact that the Washington it. TheyTheai the pleasure of viewing flowers coming( from Jacksonville florists the' business that the rapacity of the Turner,' of Starke,' accompanied the
: prevail. '' e.-expenses of getting the, correspondent tell us that we are several,reels of special, Interest to soldiers while Starke furnished a profus shops can handle The Telegraph remains from Lake Butler to Valdosta ,' 1
,' berried ,to the t platform ara'heavlel"Ulan "'to. have a three to four-day passenger ,', ion of lovely roses and lilies. 'Rev. B,' warmly recommends them to the .pub- and attended the funeral, which they
f- during previous season, as'the 'schedule on Florida products. ,passennr I D. Law, of the First, Baptist'church ','lie' consideration.' describe( as a notable event
crate and tups, plotting and packing, train time from Stark to New FOOD, PRODUCTION DECREASE conducted the services and the inter : -y, '- S r
". ,comes to no less than fl, beside the York is about thirty hours. SERIOUS ment took place in the family lot at (I HAMPTON AFETY FIRST" FILM SHOWN A'
time lo.ty..bringing. the fcerries: to ,the What has probably been 'promised Crosby cemetery? The pall bearers -- ;
platform.THRI1'3.'. . : *.la that the railroads will speed up the Washington, Arli: 18_'Alarming were. : W. T. Weeks L. C. S. Hampton.'April 2 .-.Mr, and Mrs Gaiety Crowded With Railroaders and
fruit and vegetable trains and try to reports of decreased food production S, Dowling E. S. Matthews, N. D. II. S. of Lake City' ,were Their Familie r ;
t ON STRAWBERRIES. \'make the long promised.three to four due to scarcity .of,farm labor have Wainwright( Oscar ,Andrea Roger D. visiting .in''' Hampton Saturday and }
1 I day schedules.". I been made by senator and member Wells and Luther G. Powell. Sunday The Seaboard I
Con.iderabldamae' baa been re- What is somewhat more to the point ', of the house who have recently returned Since 11102 Mrs. Wainright b..'made 1 i Rev N.T,King, of Green Cove, was an active "safety first' campaign carrying for on }ru
.,I iported, by grower ofStarke: neigh so far a* ,the berry growers of the to the 'capitaL( 'The report have her home In Starkewhere. she has transacting (,business In Hampton on the benefit of' its employe and the
borbood through thrip. in the bloom, StArke-Lawtey section are concerned, been sent to Secretary Meredith( of been a faithful members\ of the Bap 'Monday. public, by mean of poster and Illustrated -
accordingly.; County Agent,. Traxler ia that there now seems -fair1 prospect -1 the department of agriculture.SenatorSmith r tier church.: Unassuming, modest and Mrs." Sullivan was shopping, ( in placards.( ,But the best way ia ,
called 'on kthe'experiment station tor of the inauguration of refrigerator ( ,-of South .Carolina' was in all truth loved by Stark Tuesday- by moving pictures shown at principal cr 4 r
help laced- ,the entomologist visited( express car ,,service, from these 'who is just back!; from a trip through all who knew her, especially( by those I Miss( Eva Williams was transacting points along'.the' road Such a
8tarker' Wednesday of last'week-and point. by next season. During the ''the'South. predict that; the country who had seen! most of the beauty of "business In Starke Saturday. demonstration was held( in Starke Fri.''
conducted demonstrations the, field. embargo 'Ja.t ''week' strong effort I I, will soon be face to face with the meet character and the sincerity of her re Mr; and Mrs. P. B. Hunt and dsdgh- day night at the Gaiety before a '1 '
of. Mr., WU.oa.Frequently I, was,made to get this service inaugurated serious .food famine( in history Thousands ligion. She always loved her home ter, Miss Ethel, were visiting( in Lake large number of railway" tnen and their
strawberry.blossom are at" once Several citizens of and,thoul&nda of acres hitherto -.'' and her family with ardent affection, City Sunday. 'families, brought thither by!special :
heavily infested with a little brownish( Starke, including Judge Wills, J. H.Fitch ,' given over to tho production of and her children were never forgetfulof Mrs. I. J.' Priest hat been visiting train as well as Starke people. The
ryellowinsecf about 1.-20Of an'lnch' ,' x.yor'Hoover, 'Hon. 'A.- S. I foodstuffs "are'lying' unfur- their mother who had always been her son,' Herbert Priest, of Starke j pictures had been woven (into a.storyand ,
,' ftug. This insect feeds on the pollen Crews, and Marshal Kite were In tele-I'I rowed In the states he visit w devoted to the etnder ties of home Mrs. Mae Brannen of Jacksonville ,' were' so striking and convincing
and 8tlls"W'the' blossomaewcflason *;:.graphiccommunlcntion' with "Con.l'. :Stml r "ort..tI.vebeetp'JlU.: ,bf: 'and fireside. ,Her children and grand- returned to her home Saturday after : as to make a deep impression on the .
, the petals and other, loss .importantparts. .*,grfjBanum: Clark,for.lllveral r'Slina f..caPIl8r. ,.oL-Kansaa. : and,aena'"rchildrrn.wlll'' reverence her name until a week' 'visit with her mother, Mrs.,' spectator,. In. calling'' where so
'\ !A damaged blossom has a .the hope that he could reach the ..itI I tore from .others of the great food 'they join i her (hCod'\ better country, M, E. Manire. many unforseen and unavoidable accl. ." ,
brownie !nation I where love and happiness reign su- |! D.', W.' Moore, of Thervasa attending ,
center and a generally di through the Inter-State Commerce producing states.Senator {1 wa. dents may cost live or limbs, all pains
lapidated 1;appearance. These blossom Commission. Mr Clark took Smith declare that while preme. to business here Tuesday should be taken to avoid accident( ";i', ,
will 'generally fail to set fruit, the. matter up vigorously but the u:- ,,, the amount of farm labor last year To her bereaved children many Mrs II. U. Geiger who ha been in caused by carelessness., ,:;: '
or the'frUit will be small hard,and press company seems to have defeated ,,,was 84 per cent.of normal thi* yes.r,'friends, extend their( sympathy., Mrs. South Florida for several weeks"returned -,- Those who are not railroad men are .
lwill or one side of the blossom his efforts that they did it ia only 72 pef cent of normal and' is Wainright is now i with her, beloved to her home Saturday, accompanied aluo exposed to many dantrer: and no :
.only ; be affected giving; a de-. not ..have.the'car,equipment to put on of an age'and character*which'are husbandand 'children who preceded by her 'son, C. U. Geiger and one should( allow familiarity to breed "'
..formed b rry. This insect greatly reduces -. the service. ." " ."-" ".'I )conducive' to.the-hlghestTrodtiox her heavenly horn. After all, |I granddaughter Mis Pauline Geiger, contempt. This demdemoe n.hogtra 1i '
' the crop, particularly the later In the course of a letter to-these"" 1 I tivity. [whet ("lO-ealled death but an episode I ylntihnlL g d the necessity for all to have their ) ''fII,
berries. gentlemen at the end of the week Mr. I The only remedy in Senator Smith's 1 in life'whereby' we manifest ..morelifet 'at ththis home of her uncle, B. J. Johns, wits about them and to observe such '.i
This species of thrips the Florida'i Clark wrote that until recently the opinion is for i1 the manufacturer of,I The Master may have,;; meant week.' precautions as are prescribed for their 'r'
flower thrip, is especially. an', Insect Inter-State Commerce Commission had articles''not: classed as- necessities to I,1 this .when He said "I am com that Mrs. ;host Dyal, who ha* been sick safety, ((1.;
of flowers, being found in nearly all not had the authority to require carriers suspend operations for,'a.; time and ye might have )life and that" ,,e might for several weak, has many friend ) lenepectMr. :
blossoms! but more abundant in soptethan to supply specific equipment, but permit the labor to go, back to the have it mare: abundantly. here who are glad to know that he ty for the Seaboard, and Mrs. Jester .
in Others. Bedded strawberries that congress had recently passed legislation farm. lie ha* found that out of the "There is.JlO death. ,, health i Is improving were in Starka! during the showing
citrus, tomatoes, pears'and peaches, giving them this authority, thousands of farm boy who went into I f' "This What seems so is transition. j i I Miss Thoree.a, wa* and Were well pleased with the attendance '':
often and that there did not now seem to be the'military service .war, life of mortal breath a visitor here Tues n,. and the Impression( made up
are sometimes onajdenbly. Rose damaged, and any reason why the American Express only a small '(' durinhave. gone Is but a suburb\: of the life Elysian. I I I B. Y. Saxon and rent Vivian( of on both railroaders and citizens.{ Mr., 1
r, favorite peanut/and much damaged are a special by, Company should not be required to back to agricultural labor; the bulk J i I I f Whose, portals.we call death." 1 Green Cove Springs, 'were visiting 1 in Jester will start out again oyer Ml
this insect.; -, build and supply refrigerator cars for: of them have found in the cities work I, town Sunday and Monday. territory within.a short tt
The insects wing ', the movement of Florida strawberries. which is more attractive and more remunerative STREETSunday VNDEItMINED:, Mr Bishop manager of the Starke new ssfvty first picture, .ule'ot Reason
and fly about are from provided with ','- :" If h" tk"f.: this kind r ---" 'I l Telephone Company,, was transacting and has promised to bring thispicture
flower to
other. They will one leave blossom an 4, .MRS SISTRUNK ENTERTAINS could be dropped for a short period G. M, Sistrunk :.found it: (business in Hampton Saturday,, : Stance for a ire :
a I II i The Ladies Aid Society met at tiehome ... I.
Relieve brick In : *
shortly after it has faded. They however WOMANtS: CLUB Senator Smith that many ot the pavement of Call ,
lay their in the .blossom, 1 the farm boys,would go back to'the. Iatr5etopposite{ his plac On invei.jtigation -.' of Mrs. K. B. Watterson. .Tues'dair. eRAID :STRIKE ABSOLUTELY '"
eggs SlBtrdnk'enterlatned' .. .-" ' ""* he found that the brick had I BBOKEN..
Sometimes, but more usually in the tip Mrs G. M. the coun.I SAYS WHITNEY
Senator Smith intends to address t(dropped-into a cavity I VV. E;, Uutchenton who has been.pendUIIf .
of the stem lust below the blossom 1 Woman's Club( on Wednesday_after- I prevent ---
These are of microscopic size, and ,noon, the 14th inst, at 4:30, The the senate on.the" subject "some day, -of t placed a barrel over the -, a w..JsConViiie! daughter. Chicago April 'ta.-Wbl1e"the l. '
are. nlaaaA in the f:1..A. ne.tha .nlant. .._ 'rooma of this pretty 'homewere I this week, .... vehicles breaking through I Mrs. Chriclo of returned oral g;
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The female ha. saw-like egg 'charmingly: decorated with cut flowers 1 ''I'he'jty i* deep and may b* exi to his home Sunday. '
a lay-
ing apparatus with which she make a'
**ht in. the skin of the plant In which I of club members in attendance, !. sewer pipe and if the pipe i*. .broken who have been visiting at Green dove the1 Chicago, terminal district etN virtually -'
the eggs are placed. These egg hatch' 'thoroughly enjoyed the meeting: Marvin Perry, colored c charged with t i in about three day in warmweather.. The president, Mrs, A. Z. Adkins, desertion 'of wife, was brought to this I\its way into it and partly choked it,'' Tuesday. Whitney vice president of the Brotherhood .
The young which hatch out are quite gracefully presided over the meeting' ,"'city from Cocoa Wednesday by Dep. < Yet ,, the land in the "cavity Is' dry, I< Mr. and Mrs W, L Bugg have' returned of Tel''d the
similar to'' the full grown insect, but and disposed of the following business; uty Sheriff J, Ft'William*' and lodged which indicates that the pipe 1 le whole I home after a Visit with their officer would meet tomorrow to
are of 'course, smaller and lighter in Officers elected for the coming year- ,'in the county jail. j ", l I'A* the soil there is quicksand,'fun of son, D. L. Hugg. of Jacksonville eider revoking charter of locals con-who
i color, being at first nearly-white and President Mrs. N. D. Wainwright( 1 I I Through diligent work- by Sheriff water vein in wet weather the cavity( ) Rev. Mullady filled his regular'ap' refused to return to work last ,mid
,gradually :'taking' on a deep yellow Vice president, Mrs. A. Z. Adkin. ( i Epperson,the dqnerter ws located in t i may; have been formed by ,an under. pointment at the Christian church at night. .
color They have no wings and, therefore Secretary Mrs: L Ai Davis 1 Cocoa by-Marshal Joe Daniel, of that i ground stream running alongside the New River Sunday, Strike leaders maintained tonight
cannot fly\ away from'the faded Treasurer. Mrs. ,W< B. Harvard.., i town, e.ndl.Marlllal i Ed Dealing, of i sewer pipe In that case much under. t i Dr. and Mrs. Middleton, of Starke, that their rank ,were unbroken. A
blossom as do the adults. They re Mrs. gave a report of ,the Rockledge arrested and Mn Epperson mining may be expected. Until the I were'visitors to Hampton Saturday. meeting( of heads of outlaw union.
main on the developinj' ( >rry and con-v ,,Alkahest Lyceum course, which was notified. j Brought before (. street hat .been made safe, traffic on'I .W, C. Hunt returned to his home from all parts of the country has been
tinue to feed and grow or two week, ';;given under the auspices of the'- Worn. I 1 I ner, Petty' was released bn\ bond for the 'pared-!; portion east of .Church Saturday after spending several day. ailed ''for tomorrow in ''Chicago-! by
'or from 11 day to two'' weeks, accord. .".n'. Club. ,- his appeannfebefore the'spring: term street should be stopped.F9RI'ROMOTION i in Jacksonville. I John Grunau.' liana for continuing
ing to thee temperature. Most of the speaker 'thofTaddressed the club" of'foe circuit court.a I i iI I i he strike would be considered, Gru-
in behalf of the Near East Relief work : OF HEALTH HIGHLAND
damage to the developing berry i* j i I '' pan said. ,
done by this Insect when it i* young. The hostess, assisted by her daughter I 'MEMORIAL D.4 Yi \ Warrants for the re-arrest of John
The remedy is spraying with tobacco Mrs. C. A. Futch, and Mrs. Roscoe Mrs: F. 'IA. ;t presented at the *; Highland April 23_.Mra. John Grunau. P, V. Miller and Fred
In some form, The most commonlysold McLain, served a' delicious salad ,hland.y\. ,,,April 26th, the''local U. D. Gaiety..Theatre' Monday night two Grlflis was shopping in Starke Wad- were Issued today by. United Radkoo'Y'
form iIof tobacco,is Black Leaf 40 course C.; chapter will observe Memoral; Day ,fresh of picture furnished by.the an'j i>fnsChas.. Commissioner Mason. Federal agents
which is sold by moat of the inoecti j with approptisto exercise at, theMethodiat'@hurch ti-tuberculosi 'society.: The' ; pictures1,I Wilkinson was a business vis. declared the men had broken faith
cide and fertilizer house of Florida.( 1tORBERY AT DUKES : at 8 p. ra. lIon. A.I'' showed the children how tot care for' nor to Starke Thursday. with the government In attending the
It i.i a very strong solution ,of nicotine [ Z, Ad kins sail)j be the speaker of the their health, and what would happen I Misses Rosle Wilkinson and Rena met'tlnaof'.Wlklh/l/ switchmen after t''
", sulphate and is used very dilute, Sheriff Epperson anti Deputy Ba&T- day, and the koliowing program baa if they did not. In addition: to the |I i I Marr went to Jacksonville Thursday hey had been released on promise to "
-usually not over 1 part ,to 800 of wa den were called to Duke Wednesday been arranged I i I above six reels of educational film I Ii i I to visit relatives for a few take no further part '''in the strike "
ter. It.(. best to j>ut in the water to search for a burglar who robbed Chorus-Choir. :, some other substance that will cause the general merchandise store of M. Historical Reading, "A Memorial to given, showing how Uncle Sam I* go. M 1n Jacksonville Friday. --, .nv LJ1.HII-JI I ,._-Lt_
, it to spread and stick a little better A. Dukes Tuesday night. The burglar\ a Young Here of the South"-Mr*. J. I!i Ing' at the work of building up his air is j i I Geo. Robinson of Jacksonville. made POLL TAX PAYMENTS !
than the tobacco alone will do. One got about $200 worth off merchandise. M. Alvares Chapter Historian. I flee *- the care and' training ;of horses business trip here Thursday. '
1, of the best substances for the purpose The citizens the community Joined ) Quartette, "Just Beyond-Telfalr( 'for army duty and new picture* of I I Regular monthly services were held Through a confusion of dates it wa ,
': is lime-sulphur which'can be used in with the officers in the search: for the Long Carr Colley,,Wm., Struth, Wai-I'i late event. The presentation was of at the Baptist church Saturday and announced some time'a< the proportion of 1 part to70 of the robber and' the entire surrounding section ter Kub1. *." -' ,,I great educational( value on interesting Sunday by Rev. L. E. Moieley and would have until May,,; 12th for the //
tobacco. solution. This material how was ''Scoured but he was not Memorial Address-Hon. A. Z. Ad- i]t lIubJeeta, and as no admittance was IC.v. T. M. Carter, of Jacksonville payment of poll taxes. The final 'date
ever might taint the berries if found, and hi* identity remain a my s- kin,. '_ ,charged !it was a labor for the good\ Owen Marr of Mlms, visited relatives for payment iill May 8th.
plied l in the midst of the picking ea-ap tcnr. {l Duet, "Our 'Comrades 'Neath the '.of humanity, for which both Mrs. here Sunday. Persons who fall tOI.yty that date a),
I won. ,,At thl time it would be better' The merchandise was found hidden t Mesdames J, E. patch and A. I Scott and the Gaiety managementhave G. W. Parker was transacting buy will not be in the
,: to use soap rather than lime-sulphur in the bushes along the railway siding, Z, Adkins. {I the thank of the community. i !ness in IAwtey Monday* June Drlmarw. Attend to the matter
using from 4 ta ,.6 pounds-to SO gal indicating that the robber had (intended I j After the service ft the church: the ,. Mrs' P. M .reva'" and ...n. .Atirfrww. at once. P .- KNIGHT, r4
lon of water according to whether the to load it on to'a passing train and ] veteran grave at Crosby. cemetery ,< POLITIAL, ANNOUNCEMENTS. spent Saturday with: i v,1Aw- 4233t. ,rSupvr Registration
water if soft or hard. In the make his( escape. I will be decorated. The public i* requested tel. I ---- t
of the season it i* better to use lime-part I to end flowers to the church When Mr. B. J. Rosier of the Rai- Mrs, Nancy Perry returned '!!ata.. SENATOR, FLETCHER COMING
sulphur a. that will also kill red spi METHODIST I Monday morning,-as' needed ford section announced his candidacy( day from a visit with her : ..........--
ders. ,Soap and tobacco will kill red i for decorating the grave at the ,cem- for county commissioner( some time Cbas George, of Boyett.:'.Mn':1 United State. Banner" Duncan ,U.
spider also, but not as thoroughly .* Sunday school 9:45 a. m. I I, etery. Everyone cordially invited to ago the Telegraph overlooked mention Andrew Ooolsby of Fletcher, who (a'a candidate for 'reelection -
lime sulphur and tobacco. Because of Special Sunday school day. The attend this service of it in our new columns. Mr. rived Monday for a visit with relatives wilt speak in Starka Monday" ,
the possible presence of egg In the slogan, "100 per cent in attendance Rosier is a thrifty farmer and good morning May 3rd. Senator FletcherIs
, 'J blossom todo thorough work In Brad and collection. Each one bring someone STRIKE HEAD INDICTED BY citizen and if elected will give the Mr*. George Bohannan of Ardros- making a vigorous
I icating this insect it will b* necessary else. GRAND JURY-JAIL SENTENCE county' conscientious service son, W. Va.. i* spending some time his : here '
, te spray twice in-succession with an J' Preaching a. m. and 8 p. m. Eugene C. E ty", who until ton day Fred Jones, a well known young/ here with her sister-in law, Mrs D. C. tereeting., r
interval of not leas than .8' days nor I I' Let; everybody go to churchm Sunday.Epworth ago wa a leader in the Chicago rail Starke man announces that he would Moseley., circuit( court convene in Starke on
'no reThe than 7 between the Sprayings.. League, : strike, wa indicted by the state grand like to be elected to the office of constable , Marion Crew was a visitor to Jacksonville that day -and the senator will doubt.
second spraying ,will kill any: Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 8 p. ra. jury at Chicago charged with Influencing for the Starke. district. Sunday.: less have the opportunity; to speak to
youngwhich may have hatched fromthe J C. DIGG8, other to Injure railroads, whichIs Horace D. :May, of Hampton, entersthe A. E. MaxweU, of MlddUib-org 'can citizens from every part of the count :.
egg The egg being p laced[ PaatC l'. punishable by. imprisonment from race this week for county commissioner didate! for county school snperbntendent ,.
' down In the tissue would not be reach' one to ten year. H. WM reported to in district No. f, compound of was a visitor here Saturday, ,
I.{.. ed by'the tobacco extract. .' several times in order to prolong ther have boasted that be procured I. W. election precinct K, 7, 10. 11 and 12.Mr.'JI.'b. Lewis Butler of. MaxviU, was a Tuesday.
t A*Jihls( insect:, Will continually bearing season.On: should tpray r W..assistant to the strike ft 1910. It .. _"ed'.e -member' oi visitor( here Sunday. slessr*. Jim Sapp and Adalbert
,- Into>> .. patch .from aoryoondin* v.ege., whenever the** thrip an abondantiar i way ..icIr.aIteJ' h*, WM oosted..trom the county.board and proved himself Mrs. H. a Wtaberiy and Miss Beth Sapp.'of Sap Station were granting' ;r'
taUon",It may be necessary to the bloom. the Chicago Yardman' Association. a careful and useful pnbUo WUnberly were visitor to Jacksonville old friends here!,Sunday /
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FRIDAY. APRIL 23.1'28.'

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LAKE BUTLER Preston Williams, of New River WomanIn IMPORTANT NOTICE

j motored to I ake Butler Saturday endSunday. Happiest The price of Delco lighting plants

-... Lake Butler, April 23.-The many i will be advanced on May'1st. Orders
w friends 6f Capt. Wells were grieved < B. M. Shive, of Tallahassee, state StateMRS. may be booked at.the present price

when news reached them Monday that i secretary for the Near East Relief until that date and delivery: postponed

County News Items he had died at the home of his daughter -j Fund was a visitor to Lake Butler until June 80th. Address the Moore

Mrs. J. 1>. Tomlinson at Dunnel-. i Saturday and while here spoke in the BE Company Lake City, FI*. It.
Ion Sunday. The body was taken toValdosta
Ga., for interment. j ; T. H. Rimes of Miller was a business tMtlng fact Gathered During the Week by Our the in thin campaign.
visitor to Lake Butler Tuesday Regular Correspondent. afternoon. { Little Ollie Mae Townsend is ill believe I'm the happiest womanin SEED

Mr. and Mrs Clarence Lord, of Watertown this week. California today and it is all because -
... i'I Charles Floyd, who has been working
#I_ and Mr. and Mrs. Penland at Wilh ton. has returned home. of what Tanlac has done for Bent adapted to Florida Climate

of Lake City, were called to the bedside me," Raid Mrs. Eugene Smith a prominent and aoil- Prompt shipment .
TIIERHSSA Jacksonville where he has enlisted in of W. Thomas !
my their uncle C. RAIFORD and popular Los Angeles woman from big stock. Send

the navy. Saturday. I I who resides at 680 West 62nd St. for 1920 catalogue and week.
Theresa, April 23...-Mrs. Alice Abe Lane of is visiting his Mr. Black of Lake I
Largo, City was a guest Raiford, April 23.-Mrs. W. W. Rice Mrs. Smith is an officer of the Eastern I Iv price list.
Jones, of Miami, is here on a visit of daughter, Mrs. Zero Dyal for a few of the Edgar Hotel this week. I I Oldest established seed house
has returned to her home after spending Star and other organizations."For
some relatives
days, W. C. Thomas died after-
Sunday In .slate..
Swindel several in Jacksonville with I suffered from
S. R. :) was transacting bus- six yean a
: Wiley Robinson, of Sampson, was noon at 2 o'clock at the Edgar Hotel :
mesa in Hampton Saturday afternoon. here Thursday. the home of his daughter, Mrs. Sims. friends. complication of troubles that finally
I I|I 1 Mrs. W. M. Graham has returned to E A Martin Seed Co.;
Mr. breakdown. I had
J and Mrs. J. L. King were visitors Miss Mabel McKinney of Louise, His body was laid to rest at Olustee : led to a general ,
I her home in South Jacksonville, after ,
to 1'alatka Thursday. heart, which
awful around
Monday amid a my
visited here Wednesday. cemetery morning JACKSONVILLE FLA.
few here with her
II. 8. Roebuck was a visitor to the Brooker profusion of beautiful flowers. Mr. spending a I was told were caused from pleurisy.
Rev. Woods and wife of Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Andrews.U. .
i 1' county metropolis Thursday. were business visitors here Thursday. Thomas had made his home in Lake patents My kidneys were in such bad condition -
I. Taylor of Jacksonville was
Miss Eloise Owsley was a visitor to Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Strickland, of Butler for several months and won transacting business here during the I had constant pains in my back II

Hampton Saturday afternoon. ? Gainesville spent the week-end with many friends who mourn his death. I I week. and my neck and shoulders would get .
R .M. King was among the visitors ),11'. and Mrs O. W, Dyal. He had been ill for only a few weeks limbs swelledso
il' V Palatka Thursday. and medical Mrs. A. D. Andrews is visiting her stiff at times and my You Do More Work ..
Mr. and Mrs. Edmondaon and famIly care loving care was Mrs. W. M. in I could hardly walk. I was so nervous -
I. J. P. GufTord of Winter daughter, Graham ambitious and
wasa more
+r of Sampson, spent Sunday at Alfred shown him but to no avail. The entire i I'I'I are you get more
recent visitor here. town extends the bereaved ones their i I I South Jacksonville I that even the ringing of the door enjoyment out of everything when your

Mrs. B. F. Hazen and little grand. McKinney's.Mrs.. Jake Roberts is visiting relatives sympathy in their bereavement. die I| Mrs. Morrell left Saturday morning bell upset me and it seemed impossible blood is In good condition. Impurities In

eon, James Campbell of Jacksonville, at Live Oak this week.W. was born in Sumterville, S. C., and for Jacksonville, where she will spend to get a good; night's sleep I the blood have a very depressing effect on

+ spent several days here last week with J. Jones was a business visitor had reached the age of 75. i a few days tried everything I could hear of to get the system causing weakness, laziness,
.4, relatives and friends. I I Mabel Taylor, of Jacksonville, was nervousness and sickness.
to Sampson Wednesday. Mrs. Scott has returned to her homeIn relief, even to having mil my teeth
S. R Swindel made a business tripe visiting here during the week. OI ove's TASTELESS Chill TONIC
Valdosta Ga., after pleasant visit and
Robt. Price, of Starke, is visiting a i and Edwin of treated, but kept getting worse
to Palatka Thursday with her brother B. D. Harrell and I| Henry Goethe Sapp, restores Energy and Vitality by Purifyingand
1 Dr. I.. II. Hunter, of Hampton, was his brothers Murphy and Willie Price, family. were in town Sunday afternoon. became so weak and emaciated that I Enriching the Blood. When you feel

' here on profesisonal business during* this week. I W. I. Roberts, of Olustee. spent weighed only one hundred pounds. Its strengthening. Invigorating effect, see
;' last week.W. Lois Moody Is visiting relatives at Lex Green, Arch Proctor and Frank Saturday night and Sunday here with Finally they took me to the hospital how It brings color to the cheeks and how

M. Brlnson returned here Saturday New River. Chancey motored to Worthington lastweek. his family. and I stayed there six weeks but did it improves the appetite. you will then

afternoon from George and Smith Mrs. Sam Pons, of Mounteocha, attended . Avery Tlson spent the week-end not seem to improve in the least, so I appreciate its true tonic value.

lakes after three or four weeks spent the W. C. here Friday.D. E. R. Miller motored to Starke Mon here with his mother, Mrs. Tyson.S. I was brought home and had just I GROVE'S TASTELESS Chill TONIC
' ort G. Kelley, Mrs. Will Jones and day.Mr W. Smith was a visitor to Sapp
fishing trip. about given up hope when ui friend is not a patent medicine. It Is simply
and Mrs. S.
Miss Florence Walker motored to the J. Howard and children -
i Mrs Mae] Nobles of Jacksonville Monday. IRON and QUININE suspended in Syrup.So .
n'' ;" spent the week with her father DanielBatten. county seat Friday. of Dukes, motored to Lake Butler Frank Girtman, of Georgia, is the persuaded me to try Tanlac."I the pleasant even children like It. The
feel better after
began to
Mrs Chas Smith visited in Gainesville Tuesday morning. guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Whitten. I blood needs Quinine to Purify It and IRONto
Roscoe Rhames, of Ocala was visitIng Friday. Rev. S. S. Proctor spent Sunday at I Anna Mae Anderson spent the weekend first few doses and by the time I had Enrich It. These reliable tonic jiroperttes -

his parent. Mr. and Mrs.. C. A. Mrs. Geiger Barry and daughters, the State Farm. here with parent. Mr. and Mrs. taken four bottles of Tanlac I bad never fail to drive out Impurities in

Rhames, several( days ago, Thelma and Dorothea, were visitors to Mrs W. E. Loadholfcz spent several George Anderson. gained eighteen pounds in weight and the blood.

"M. Mr. and Mrs Jim Koon, of Waldo, Louise Thursday days at her father's home last weekat R. A. Green of Lake Butler was in felt as well and strong as I ever did The Strength-Creating Power oT GROVE'S

tl were guests of her parent., Mr. and I Mrs. Norman, of Adel. Ga., is visiting New River. town Sunday afternoon.P. in my life for everyone of my troubles TASTELESS Chill TONIC has made it
hr';Q, Mrs J. p PadgeSaturday and her sister Mrs. Chas Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Chastain attended the M. Padgett/: of Lake Butler was had left me. the favorite tonic in thousands of homes
Mrs. funeral of their brother-in-law which j In town Monday. More than thirty-five folks
Sunday. I MurphyyPrice is visiting relatives yean ago
"The Tanlac be
week. result from
G'ur Ben Hall, who Is employed at Live Oak. occurred at Lake City last Walter Whitten spent a few days must would ride a long distance to get GROVE'S

Bridgend, was visiting his parents last Lawrence C. Little of New Orleans, Mrs. Mercer Crews, of Gainesville here with her parents Mr. and Mrs. permanent, for it has been four about TASTELESS ChlU TONIC when a
c. week. field secretary of the Y. P. C. E. society is the guest of Mrs. Willie Williams W. M. Whitten. months since I took my last dose andI member of their family had Malaria or

i J. J. Collin!. of Lake Side. was a will lecture here Saturday Saturday. Wilma Andrews spent the week-end feel as well no was I did then,'and needed a body-building strength-giving ,
visitor to Cedar .Keys several days night May 21st. All members of the Mrs. W. E. Loadholtz spent several here with her parefns, Mr. and Mrs.. I think I would be ungraeful not to tonic i)The formula Is just the' same today -

Christian Endeavor especially urgedto days of last week In Jacksonville with Addison. tell others what a wonderful medicine and you can get it from any drug

5' ago.Rev.. J. B. Crews, of New River, he present. her husband who is conducting barber Marion Browning Shepard, Moore Tanlac is." .tore. 60c per bottle. ....

preached at the Christian church the Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Dyal spent Sunday shop there. and Walter Whitten were visitors to
; second Runday in this month. afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs.!J. E, Maines spent Monday 1 in Lake Butler Friday night. I Tanlac I la sold by druggists every.I II

d Jim Minton and family, t>f Starke, Mrs.,J. P. Padgett, of Brooker. Valdosta where she attended the funeral The young folks I of 1be.tcwn were where.-Adv. I
of Wells. :
have moved to our section. Jessie Marvin Mattie and Minnie Capt. .I_m .Jt .
ti'iiKTiii.uiiy/ f liter mi nea wt vna nome I
Friday night several of the young. Ogden attended the movies at Stark Mrs. P. P. Dekle, of Five Mile spent of Mr and Mrs. J. H. Ritch Tuesday brother, Ed Lewis.J. .
Friday with her parents Rev. and E. Clemons and son, Alvin were Prize
folks enjoyed a dance at the home of Saturday night. Mrs. S. S. Proctor.R. evening. Games and music were enjoyed in Brooker !
Sunday afternoon '
Mr. and mrs t J. A. icnamos.Mr. and refreshments served the
241 and Mrs. D. W Moore and children FIVE MILE Drawdy, of Five Mile aceompag uests. P. M. Barefoot was a guest of A. B.

spent Saturday at Magnolia lake nied by his mother and Avery Tyson, Loca Lee Wil- .Surrency Sunday He was accompanied
flshlng. Fletcher were shopping In our burg Cason home by Mr, and Mrs.\ A. B. Sur-
Five Mile, April 2V-Mr.. \ Wood of Saturday.Mr. ma Andrews, Mamie Denmark Anna
,1 Mr and lth'.. II. S. Ronbuck are Pavo, Ga visited his cousin, Mrs. P. and Mrs Julian Loadholtz of Mae Anderson and O. G. Smith returned rency.Eustis of New BassContest
I Kelly, River, was in
# the fine born to their !In
of school
1 proud, parents a boy, P. Deklo last week. Jacksonville, spent the week-end with Butler this section Sunday,

;,y ., .Friday, the 10th. Romitt and Nelson Dekle were the their parents Mr ,and Mrs. J. W. Sunday afternoon. Dave Green spent Saturday night
'u' Miss Ida llnpan spent the week-end guests of relatives and frieiuta here Jones with Chester Andreu, of New River.
Jacksonville W O.
attending Saturday and Sunday. D. W. Borum the week-end DOBSON
,r W spent Ray Andreu, of Brooker, was the
Mrs B. L. Duke and father, Mr. with his family guest of his cousin, Charlie Cone, Sun.
Mr. Taylor, of Geneva was here Dowhng. returned Saturday from a Frances! Borum. Elizabeth and Mar. Dobson April 23.-Mr. and Mrs. day.

i during affairs lout week looking After, business bia week's county.visit with relatives in Colum- garet Overby are victims of chicken Jesse to Lake Dowling Butler Saturday made a business trip I Mr arId Mrs. I. W. Pinholster, of

''i John Hall was a visitor to Starke Mine| Marshall Proctor was a guest pox.Mrs.. II. L. Sprinkle spent Monday M. H. Hurst and son. W. M\ D. Monday Brooker afternoon were in the looking Pine Hill after section their $15 in PrizesYou

Saturday. of her sister Mrs\ I'. P. Dekle, Tues- i in Starke Hurst, made a business trip to Jacksonville farm
q Strawberry picking is the order of Mrs. H. N. Stanton Friday.
day.Mr. the weekend
>a the day. and Mrs. J. W. Elliott, tourist in Tallahassee with spent her How. Joseph Andrews made a trip to A chicken pilau was given at Mr.
Cleveland Lee of Lakeside, motor. friends of Mr. and Mrs 1'. P. Drkle ard. son, Lake Butler Saturday, and Mrs. Ed Lewis' Saturday night.

ed to Hampton Saturday afternoon.W. left Friday for their home in Rich. Piof, Holland A pound party was given at the Among those present were Mr. and anglers have only
A. Jdnps and Samuel Woodard mondale, Ohio. Gainesville last attended week. the races at home of Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Johnson Mrs. 1. W. l>Pinholster Jr., of Brooker I one week more in which .

pent Saturday fishing ,at Magnolialake. They expressed themselves as WAlt J. D Cobb and family have movedto Saturday night/: A large crowd Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Surrency and chil 'I' to get that big Hillbillie.
dren Mrs.\ R.
pleased with this section and promised Ocala of young folks attended. Those pres- J. Oliver and daughter ,
Wllll. Swlndrl was among the visitors a return in the fall. They made Carl Andrews. leaving Monday. ent were Messrs. Mans Dobson, Ranse Cantey, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Colson aril The winner will have to

,h to Hampton Saturday the trip by auto. relatives here this, of week.Starke, is visiting. l>ol>son, Harvey Stone, Johnnie Hurst, baby. F. L. Colson and daughter Vir. ': beat these! ; -

William Hall of Waldo, was a visitor Mr. and Mrs. J. II, Bronson and lit. Mrs. A. E. Fred Andrews, Mmsie Hurst, Dennis ginia, Mr. and Mrs. A. L Green and
Strickland and Mrs. J.
"' here several days ago tie son, Roma left Friday for their E. Maines returned Saturday from Finley, Benton Roberts, Lindsey Alderman children, Misses Lomie and Rhoda I Lacy Wynn _.___.111/21b'
Mr. and Mrs. P. II. Neat\ were visitors home in Kismmmee, after spending a Lakeland I II Sherrod Driggers, Misses Thomas, of Zit, Pearl Greene, Havana I
where attended .the A.
they ii. Johns
t' to Staike Saturday week here. Mrs. Bronson has been Cassie and Pens!lp "alfrt:, Carnie Cone, Rosa Surrency, Iva Colson. Alva ---__iiy2n
Grand Chapter O. E. S. Florida
Mr. and Mrs C. Sullivan and children here for quite a while recuperating I and fine session. .of Dowlin Susie and Nita Hurst Les Thomas Messrs. Lee Greene olLake (Not Entered)
report a
c t spent Sunday. at Hampton with from an attack of influenza Mr. and Mrs. Bodine have returnedto sie Hurst, Ruby and Mattie Driggers, Butler. Richard< Glover, Ardell Draw I Wm. Wainwright _lOlhtb

relative, B. J. Thomas was called to the bedside their home in Maryland after Mr. and Mrs Fred Hurst Mr. and dy, Itomie Dekle, Jeff' Waters, Chester -
{F, Mr and Mrs. D. W. Moore and children tif hi. daughter, Mrs. Lizzie pleasant visit with Dr. and Mrs. See-a Mrs, Jesse Dowling, Mr. and Mrs. Andreu, of New River Dave Green Other large bass caughtare

; motored to Hampton Sunday and Green, who Is quite ill in Starke, being be r King Lcmin Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Judson W. F. and Charlie Cone Lester Fin- I
pent the day with her parents, Mr. carried there for medical treatment Math Hurst. holster and Quincy Howell. Music :
Gainey visited his
and Mrs. David Jones. nephew, Mrs. Samantha was furnished \
by Miss
Ben Gainey of Five Mile last. Brannen'and son, Pearl Greene W. B. Harvard
Mr and Mrs M. Z. Sullivan were Mr, and Mrs. B. L. Duke were the I W. M. Over.treet of Palatka Felton, of Palestine, are visiting/: her and Ed Lewis on the guitar. At a late 9l/2lb
_ visitors to the county metropolis lutw'f'k guests of: Mrs. Lena Drawdy Sunday. I visiting! here this week., was daughter Mrs. Drew Brasley., of Columbia hour all departed, having expressed'I W. B. Harvard 9 /1ib
Byq Mrs Ceo Adams. and children, of Mrs. } L. Diawdy'and Miss Thel! Mrs. Bruce Warren and children, of county this week. themselves as enjoying the event. I W. B. Harvard _10 lt
ma Fletcher were guests of Mrs. F, 'Dukes Miss Mae Johnson visited her grandparents Ben Thomas, of Five Mile spent
Ga, were pleasant visitors! here J. E. Wilson 9 Ib
Macon are visiting relatives here It. _
Drawdy Monday. Monday.Mrs. Mr, and Mrs James Johnson, Saturday night with D. J. O. Green
Dev. E. 0. Dickens, of Lake City, Mr. p. p. Dekle visited relatives Arthur Brannen Is of Baker county Wednesday W. F. Cone was in the New River Roscoe McLane __1014tbE.
w;? will flit his regular appointment at in Lake much Jin- I
Judson section
the Baptist church Butler Saturday. proved after several day. illness. Hurst made visit to his parents Sunday. A{. Johns _____ 81b
Saturday and Sun.
day, everybody Mrs.\ D. I. Illume and Miss Josephine A boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Hurst, Mon. D. J. O. Green and son, Joe, and
come..--_ Blume were guests of Mre. Dekle on Shelton Hall Saturday. dav afternoon.Mrs. Ben Thomas made a trip to Starke I Get out your tackle and
I Monday Susan Shaw and grandaughter Sunday to see Mr. Greens wife who '
Judge Jim ,
GRAHAM Kelly of Madison 1s Waiting go for 'em next week.
> Misses Norma Dekle and Etta Wa friends in Lake Butler and addressed visited her mother Mrs. C. E. Vining is seriously ill. I
ters were guests of MUs Mae Duke the High School Monday. Friday night. Messrs. J. E. demons and Roy Godwin There are plenty, large
Graham, April 23.-Bob Surrenry Sunday. Messrs. Fred Andrews and were Brooker
Dr. Hodge, of Gainesville Willie in Wednesday af bass waiting for and
an you
was transacting business In Waldo Bentiice and Bland Douglass, of instructive Bryan were in this section Sunday afternoon ternoon. '.
lecture at the club ;
Thursday. Fort White room Miss we want to see a fifteen
were guests of their aunt, The Mae Oliver, who has
The little child.! of i.. Is Mrs. B. L. Duke Friday evening. subject was the Shop Michael of Lake been
N. this
Wynn on week. "Mosquito and Fly." He made a fly City, spent spending same time with her sis pounder brought in.
the sick lint this week J. C. tiainey, of Brooklyn, is visit trap which is helpful in the destruction Sunday afternoon with Jesse Dowl ter. Mrs. Lee 'l'hlgll J. D. Kirk and wife were business ing relatives here this week. very ing./: turned home Sunday. The contest closes at .
of the model
visitors to WaMo Thursday J. N. Galney, of Lake Butler spent With E.. R. and lie left urged the everyone Johnnie Hurst made a business trip Lex Green, of Lake Butler, was a midnight, April 30. Each
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Bevill, of the wurk-emi here to. Raiford Friday. guest of his uncle, A. L. Green Sat-
to make like the ,
Gainesville, and sister upcnt several Mrs Mattie Drawdy and Miss Thel rid the one of the pattern ana Cavvy Denmark made a' business. urduy afternoon. fish must be caught with
Java with his. parents Mr. and Mrs. I ma Fletcher were shopping in; Lake Roy Godwin, of Brooker pesky visited fly. us trip to Lake Butler Saturday. --. rod and reel and weighedat
J. R. Hovill. Butler Lewis of
Saturday last week. Dobaon. Olustee, visited at EAST STARKE
A dance was given at the home of Jesse Galney end Mack Thomas re- the home of Joe Andrews Sunday at. our store.Quigley' .
I Dave Kelly last week. turned. to their work at Klssimmee Truby Pinholater. of Brooker, was ternoon. East Starke
I a visitor here Saturday. April 23.-:Miss Pearl
Math McKlnney, of hake Butler, after spending a fw days with iilativeg. { Misses Biellings and brother Chester Register, of Sapp. spent Carter Will a visitor to Waldo
was visiting relatives and, lends", here .. spent Saturday night with Johnnie Ilurflt. Mrs. R G. Stalling Sunday.
the and
at their home Providence.
wcek-wnd at of
Wednrsdnv Mr and Mrs. Norman Parrlsh were William Davis attended church a t Cracker Six passed through
Bob) McKinnev\ was transacting bus guests of Mr. Cypress Grove here on
and Mrs R, E. Pnrrlah Mines Cora and Etta Spires spent Sunday. Wednesday enioute to Starke.
iness' here Wednesday.A Monday and Tuesday. the Viotk-end with hompfolks Mid. Henry Stone, of Baker county, was Rev. r "M. Riggs paused
social was given at the home of J. r:. Deklo, of Lake Butler, and at Ow guest of! intense in this section this burg Monday through
J, R. Bevill Saturday e\enln Thrme Miss Edna Faircloth way I Sunday afternoon.
rt Jacksonville Goo Spires, of Midway motored to Mrs. Willie Bryant and MUs AND'
present were Mr and Mrs, Alva Mc. were guests of Allen Davis, of Sapp
: Mr. and !Mrs Dekle Lake Butler attended scr-1 I Howe were) visiting Starke
Monday. in
]{hm.. Mabel vices at Sunday,
McKinney, Jesse OR- Sunday. Cypress Grove Sunday. We are to
The Woman's Club in
den, MarvlQ Ogden, Onle Bunt Mrs Lena Is met regular Mrs Joe Andrew. report C. B. Strick
Drawdy Improving after session Monday. After short business and daughter land on, the sick list this
"S. Graves, I'loienpe\ Walker Frank Roy-' an illness of several days duration. a Miss Cora attended church at Cypress Mr. end Mrs. J. week.
scfwlori the social hour Ricks! Supply Company
was cnjoytd. and
at molds IVrman Roberta, Bessie McKlnliev ---+ Glove Sunday. or: Starke son,
Delicious punch and cakes _._ were guests of their mother
, F. M, Ilevlllo and wife.BI'M.t MILLER were served. --- -- Mrs. J. C. Carter Sunday.
Kelly has gone to Jackson- Bunk Dekle visited Five Mile Saturday PINE HILL
'J J %illj( where he has accepted employ Miller April 28.-N. II. Stokes .
afternoon """'"
ment. Pine Hill April 23. Mrs. -- !! I.'
made business -- M. A.
a trip to Lake Butler
Dekle has work
accepted demons and baby. _.
Col. Knight of KtHtke. was transacting Saturday with Mary Belle, left
business here Wednesday Mrs. Leon Thomas of New River, Mr. Borum on the bridge gang Sunday morning for a few days' visit
I. Mlngli'dorfT. Starke hereon with and spent! Sunday at his home. with her parents, Mr and Mrs.\ Hum
A. was spent the weekend Mr. and Mrs. : Billie'' Stewart visited friends, inHaxnesvtorth I .
:. business Wednesday Roland Thomas.Swber phrey of Brooklyn.

,a Fred Camp was a businessWtor Thomas and slsters"Virgle: I Mrs.\ Tom last Croft week., of Lulu is thguest e !Mrs.A C wattle Wednesday shelling\ night aft -.
here Saturday.
and and
Ruby, attended church here Sun.
of Mrs. G.
W. Alderman this
Sunday school every; Sunday at S week ter the pinders were all shelled, pin. Sold by

i'p. m. All Invited day.Mr.. and Mis\ Charlie Edwards of The Pentecostal der candy was served. Those present '
revival fs
The Young People's Christian Endeavor I'.dfordL visited Mr. and Mrs. ADgu.ilt'lIinJr meeting were, Mrs. R. J. Oliver and daughter: ,
being held under a tcnfr in CentroPark 1
Canter, Mrs. F. L.
Colson and
r progressing nicely. Saturday and Sunday. this week. daugh: ScottDrug

Bob Surrency was a visitor to II. S. Miller made a business trip Mr. and 1\1\ ,... Moss Hewitt of tens tva and Virginia. Mr. and Mrs.
C. W. Colson and
Brooker Thursday.J. to Lake Duller last week. baby Mildred. Mr.
I P. Roberts Berry Kelly and Robert A. A. Miller returned to hU home ler Worthington Saturday,, drove over to Lake But and Mrs. A. B. Surrency and daugh
Price transacting businessIn In Valdosta ter. Rose and eon Mallie Alvin demons .
were Ga. last week, after a Jesse of Providence
visit here his Gay was attending and Ray Andrews and homefolks Co.
Hampton Thursday. brother II. S, Mil to business in Lake Butler r
All enjoyed themselves. #
County Agent J. O Traxler washer ler. I

Tuesday vaccinating!! hogs. Miss Janie Biclling is visiting relatives Saturday.W. W. Brannen, of Palestine Misses Iva Colson and Rosa Sur
Misses Alma and Bertha Refuse, t>f in Jacksonville this week" after' business visitor was a rency were in Brooker Wednesday af.
to town +
l, ; Starke, visited! their aunt, Mre. Arthur which she will enter school at Madi! W. II. and U. C. Shallar Saturday., of Provi their ternoon.return They by were Miss accompanied Havana Cone on aUtBs aw,9 y.tsS.
Brown. Sunday.
A chicken!: supper was !given son.Mr.. Louis Gay and Mrs. Minnie N.- tors dence here, were Saturday.among the business visi who spent ,the first of the week with

rq Wednesday night at the home of Mr. smith were united in marriage Monday Wllshire Brooks, of Providence her sister Mrs. S. V, Andrew, of .. I

and Mrs. D. J. Kelly in honor of their] evening. Their many friend. wish in town" Saturday transacting ,busi WBI Brooker.Mr. .
eon. ,BerrFr who left Thursday for them. a long and happy life. ness. children. and Mrs. A. E. Surrency and
I spent the week-end_with her
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usually comet in April and May. Keep ''I husband to fight back poverty, and to I sion told the'senate manufacturin
raise their children' -conjugal. The committee that retail dealers are re
fflBradford Farmers the cultivation up now and you will next twenty-five year the worked fnoneible for high prices of shoe!
i. ( County be almost certain to get a good crop.
apart from her husband when he was Tanner and manufacturer, he sai<
preaching the gospel-heroic. Then have taken a larger profit than the,
I Ir DONT NEGLECT THE GARDENWe old age came and death took her hus- should, but retailer have impose
.. . Since .rains h aye i njure d co rn, cotton -..n"..- band away-sad. For seven years she heavier burden upon the public tha
r HEMORRHAGIC SEPTICEMIA death rate, and now it is lower cannot find melons to some extent. Some fields cannot afford to lose the benefits lived under the shadow of decrepitudebut the others. Mr. Robertson aid th,
I f. ATTACKING .- CATTLE the husbands.war 2,000,000 The French girls, to preserve will be replanted which resulted from war gardening.We made glad by the filial care of her most effective remedy would be for th
I Then in her 82 to refuse to
individuals children-beautiful. patronize
--- from ultimate extinctionare --+ have seen the profits to public met
Prevent lie Measures Outlined by ))r.It their thinking nation of adopting: the German SHORTAGE OF COWPEA SEED communities and the nation, year, nature gave our, her life ended chants who charged: excessive priceWell'Armea ,
Shraty, State Veterinarian "Kultur," to the extent of "baby farming I which have arisen from this planting, and she entered into icst-Heaven. .- .
: which cultivating and harvesting Let's conserve Farewell, sister of mine, you were
-- the ,
t that loathsome practice A county agent makes inquiry ..
4 world with dis this movement, not merely froma the last to follow the other three.G. ''
the filled the rest of the small
wan \ supplyof
hemorrhagic Septicemia "Where can I secure
"voluntary selfish motive, but also because it W. S. :
\ death would enlist
cauBO of a large number gust. Iron Cowpeaa 1" Upon investigation whole. *
benefits the community as a
during the fall maternity corps" among girls
among cattle in Florida it is impossible to locate even a consist
Patriotism does
child to the
This disease wasdiajrnosed "who would present a
and winter months. of Iron Cowpeas from
section state." This in prefernce to having small'amount waving the flag and cheering. It
in. practically every
of the state, and it continues to spread them seek husbands among foreigners"for advertisements appearing in Southern consists in performing some needed Lawtey, April 16.-,"". f:. Torode !
Dr. A. L. Shealy, veterinarian, state in that case it would be but the papers Each year the farmers of task in rendering some service to the was transacting business in Jackson-
J t college of agriculture, says there is no' beginning of the end of pure French Florida are confronted with a seed nation of which we are a part. We ville Wednesday. -W. L. Overstreetwas
medical treatment useful in control blood (and the French rare" The shortage of some kind. One year it is have special need of intelligent: food a business visitor to Jacksonville
ling the disease. The only agent provo French have never been squeamish as rice, another year Chinese Velvet' production at this time. Conditions the first part of the week.Tom Pur-
'm successful is the hemorrhagic sep- to morals, anyway, and such suggestions loans and this year Cowpea seed, end lead me to believe that there will be a vis, of Georgia, is spending a few tp1t ..
tlcemia bacterin. By vaccinating the as that mentioned is apt to make in fact, farmers plant inferior seed of considerably smaller supply of truck- days here this week. -Mrs. Rosa Ott, watw>xs"r"t
cattle with this bacterin they are Im- any other resource for increasing the all kinds each because they have garden vegetables this year, particular of Gainesville, was the guest last week
muned to this disease, and this immunity population impossible, and "the pure year in industrial districts because of of Mrs. E. D. Say lea. Robert Ulan-
' will last from six months to a French blood" will perforce remain little choice in getting such seeds as labor shortage. Consequently, we will chard returned home last week from t
after which time a second trqat- uncontaminated. they should have. need more home-grown food.-Edwin Tampa where he spent several weeks.
ment year should be given if the disease The seed cost of most crops is a T. Meredith, Secretary of Agriculture. -Mrs. Ethel Gunter returned to her
ii absolutely no danger: to be feared THEIR OWN PROTECTION of the crop, and one of the MY SISTER spending a few days here at the
n. from the use of the bacterin, as thin most important things in the production i i home of her parents. -Misses Ella
product is only the dead germs of -Could Have Secured of any crop is to see that you When our government removed the and Rema M>arr, of Highland, visited
hemorrhagic septicemia. The bacterin Kerry Grower have seed with good germination, of Cherokee Indians from northwest relatives in Lawtey Sunday.Neal
i should be regarded as a preventive I Better Prices From Organization the right variety and of such qualityas I Georgia, emigrants from North Carolina Davis, of Dupont wa a visitor to Vd
J only and not ias a cure. would ._ good began to pour into the fertile valleys Lawtey this week. -Wilmot Brown,
When hemorrhagic spntlcemia occurs Strawberries are moving in carlots guarantee a crop. of that virgin country. Amongthe of Tampa, visited his parents Dr. and
within a herd, all the well animal from two stations of Bradford county. It may not be profitable for many number in 1839 was Robert Ware Mrs. G. W. Brown this week. -Frank
should l be separated from those The berries are of good quality and farmers to gather seed to offer for and wife with their two little girls, Green, of Waldo, spent Sunday with
sick and placed in non-infected quarters mostly going well pecked. The market sale, but it Is l poor economy not to select the youngest of which is the subjectof Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dinkins. -
"and vaccinated immediately. The is being controlled largely by local seeds as fares. it la practical: to do this sketch, Mrs.) Jane Clark late of Charlie Shepard, of Callahan, spent When company comes
carcasses of all animals that died of buyers, because of lack of organization so from the farm, thereby insuring a Wateroak, Bradford county, Florida. Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. there is no time to
this disease should be buried at least among the growers thru which a general supply of good seed for the Her first laugh in Georgia_ was 15 James Shepard. -Mrs. Ernest Boyer waste-no chances to
five feet under ground: or burned. The guaranteed pack and car lot shipments next year's crop. years before the crack of the stage has returned home after spending several -
hides of animals that died of hemorrhagic could be made. It is hoped that Anyone having good cowpea seed coach whip gave place to the screech days with relatives in Jacksonville be taken-so mother
.. within the next twelve months the -J. T. Reddish returned home that there is always
septicemia should not be removed for sale will do county agents and of the steam engine. First, was the sees
since such hide may spread! the farmers will realize the strength of farmers favor by writing to the Agricultural howl of the wild beast, then the whoopof last week from Tampa. -Mr. Rhoden a can of
disease If the hides are removed organisation and form themselves Into I' a the Indian; then the spit of the and daughter were visitors to Lawtey
they should be sprayed thoroughly: a co-operative business enterprise. Extension Division, Univer- white man's rifle was heard, with the Wednesday.Mrs.. L. E. Roberts returned CALUMETBAKING
with a strong: disinfecting solution. Seminole County Poor transportation sityof Florida, Gainesville. snap of the whip and the whistle of to her home in Jacksonvillelast
The litter should be spread on the facilities due to labor troubles ey -- steam. Then the thunders of the Civil week. -Rev. W. L. Overstreet
r fields, exposed to the sun for several have caused a loss to Sanford celery- CULTIVATE AND CONSERVE TilE War shook the mountains end now filled his regular appointment at Mel- POWDER
hours land plowed under very deep. growers of twenty thousand dollars or MOISTURE is added the chug of the automobileand rose Sunday. -Mr. and Mrs. Starling
The stalls, sheds, yards and mane more during the past week. the whirr of the aeroplane. Sure- Peeplcs and children of Bartow, are on hand. Cakes, pies,
p'-rs which are infected should be Columbia County. As an evidence The greater portion of the corn club ly civilization is great for noise. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Mathis.- dough nuts,muffins and
sprayed with a 3 per cent solution of that Columbia county cim produce boys have planted their corn and cultivation My sister grew toward womanhoodin Raymond Hess, of Jacksonville, was all good things to eat ;t.
r lyaol. A solution of this strength Is truck crops profitably it is only necessary is being begun. When possible the pioneer days and married JohnJ. visiting: friends in Lawtey Sunday. must be dressed up in
made by adding! : 4 ounces of lysol to to visit the farm of A. L. Ward Clark in her seventeenth year. Her Rev. Ernest Boyer filled his regular their best taste and
one gallon: of water. Carbolic acid, 6 of Lulu. Mr. Ward has a plot of land to do no a weeder or smoothing husband had spent his early childhood appointment at Island Grove Saturday .
a r' ounces to one gallon of water, is also 40 by 80 yards from which he has harrow should be run over the corn before the Indians were removed and and Sunday. -Miss Dora Clark, of looks.
a good: disinfectant. It Is best, to apply sold $98 worth of cabbage, besides just before the corn comes up as this I carried some of their traits throughlife. I Wateroak. was a visitor to Lawtey Then, too, her reputation -
n the disinfecting: solution! with a giving: his neighbors all they desired will kill the young! weeds and give the )My sister married from a nala-. Tuesday. -Miss foals Wilkinson of cook must
llEI spray pump. Freshly slaked \lime applied and yet has more cabbage on the corn a nice start before the next crop tiM home for those days, and spent a Highland l, was a visitor taU Lawtey as a
1 very liberally around the premises ground; that the ordinary garden has of them come up. I long life in log cabins and plank Sunday. -John Marr. of Highland, be upheld and she"stakes"
after the disinfecting: solution ).iaa to begin with. It is easier to kill a weed when shanties. As the case in many families was visitor to Lawtey Sunday. -L. it on Calumet
been used will be found bcneflMal. Duval County. Prospects for a po- small than after its root system has some of her children caused her L. Sapp was transacting business in every time. She knows it
The direct of the sun will kill tato above tho good. times, Starke first of the week.Twelve
rays crop average: are : cultivation great sorrow .at others broughther re-1 1 will\ not disappoint her.
developed. Frequent now
the germ: causing hemorrhagic neptl- Sugar cane acreage has been increased continued joy. Her native Intellect frigerator cars of berries were ship-
combs In a very short time but this 10 per cent.Walton I will not only keep down weeds and was strong:, but was warped and ped from Lawtey lust week to the'' Order a can and have the"company"
term will live for month In parts County. Corn has all been save the soil water for the plant in caused her vainly to spend a great Northern markets, but none had arrived kind of bakings
4 not exposed to the sunlight planted with an increase of 100 per that way, but will also stop a large: deal of it citing and denouncing: human at their destination up to Monday every day.Calumet .
It Is very important limit hogs and cent in acreage: over last year. Fruit part of the evaporation of the water folly. She was baptized before the owing to the strike that is on in contains only such
sheep be kept isolated from cattle Infected tree acreage: has almost doubled and which has soaked into the ground from Civil War end there was always some the North and East. -A. A. Crews, of ingredient as have been
with hemorrhagic septicemia' the sweet potato acreage shows a big I the recent heavy rains. thing about her that held on to relig Highland, was a visitor! to Lawtey approved officially by the
and alto kept from infected premises increase. This county has about doubled -I The peanut ground if already plow. ion. Sunday. U. S. Food Authorities.

since these animals ran contract the. her crop acreage: over that of last I ed, should be harrowed frequently and Her husband was among the first to Yes save wfcea, y.. bay it.
disease from infected cattle or premises. year kept free from either weeds or crust. join the Confederate army to fight; the CHARGES RETAILERS RESPONSIBLE You save when, yes use it.
"r Taylor County. Onion crop looking battles of the war. Four years she FOR HIGH SHOE PRICEST.
i fine with prospects of a big yield with I There is enough: water in the soil now plowed and spun and wove to support
d For ,many years the birth rate In good prices I I Ilf conserved by proper cultivation: to herself and two children-tragic. Then M. Robertson an economist employed t
France has been no higher: than the Suwjannee County. The recent heavy last the crop over the dry spell which for twenty years she worked with her by the Federal Trade Commis- I



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pr- aint Up

t CLEANup' Let everybody get out

, .:'' N r the trash, pick up all the old tin cans, cut down the weeds and 1111

tJ \ make the town look bright and prosperous.

While "CLEAN UP" week I
necessarily means to clear up the premises of I

trash, weeds, etc., yet a little paint to brighten up the flower boxes porch fur- i

; It's a Pleasure to Finish Floors This Way mture, swings, fences, will help make it a success. ,

;i Just dip the brush in the can-nothing to mix or fuss
: with-apply with an easy swinging motion of the arm.

Tomorrow the surface will be dry with a beautiful water A 75c can of KYANIZE enamel will be sufficient
proof coating that will not crack or scratch white.
to finish two ordinary porch rockers.

When you think of the difference it will Strictly a Floor PaintMade

anlze make in the appearance of your home, it

:..-JmfJ:#" is well worth the price; and too, it will only to Walk On

take a few minutes to paint them.
At spring house-cleaning time there is
EpeclallY.made to resist the scuft and tread of grinding no Floors I always become
heels, it is for that very reason the ideal varnish for better opportunity for going over vour old worn quicker

FURNITURE and ALL WOODWORK as well as FLOORS floors with a coat of Kyanize Floor Finish. ['fit"AM7N than 1 any other surface in the home.

Right: I beautiful colon from Light Oak to Dark Mahogany, .> well A quart can ($1.40)) will do over an ordinary
F, as he clear vnrninti. All waterproof. A paint brush and little
s Come islet how room and is easily. applied by a
ui you what Kyanixt will do for your home> anyone. O

Remember this'e: handle exclusively Sherwin-Williams paints, SHERWINWILLIAMSINSIDE

and Kyanize Varnishes and Enamels. There are I lots of other paints

; and varnishes on the market which are cheaper in price, but they are FLOOR PAINT

also cheaper in quality. We feel that the best is always the cheapest. will
always make
floors fresh, attractIvE and

\\,c maintain a i large stock of paints, varnishes and enamels I at all times. durable scuffing> of It heel 1 18 made>, and to the withstand hard wear the to constant!whIch

No matter what you want to paint, call on us; we have a paint for every floors Inside are Floor IIuhjt'ct Paint l. U ably| ,

purpose, and are glad I" I to advise I you what to use and how to use it. good plied glo8ll.and dries It I.over night with ap a 'b
prepuod !In all r
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Clean Up-Brighten Up-Paint Up

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axe. He cut down the tree and killed A. M. WILLIAM I I.27l hill filed In the above Mated raise that Mary
the two young eagles" \ the nest harbored I Quite Likely.ProlmHr > -d-21. ". V. Mitchell the defendant therein named .. a
the I non-realdent of the elate of Florida, and the
thus reason more city men
ridding the neighborhoodof
I reeldenee or whereabout of defendant ui un. ,
throe depredators, besides which don't go bnrk, to the farms is that NOTICE OF ELECTIONS j I known and I. over the age of twenty-on /
the mate of the old bird will probably they can't accumulate fortunes big By the power veatod In them ky the year It I* therefor ordered that laid non.resldenl -
look for I..... of the State of Florida, the Hoard defendant be. and In herenr. required.
new hunting grounds.The \ I enou&b.-Cletrlnnd Leader Public Inptruction llradford County .... to appear to tha bill of complaint filed In paid
nest was about four foet"across, lor nrdere an election to he held In the .. ....... nn or before Monday, the 11th nay of
I built of big sticks held together with Inc Special Sub School Dwtrlcta. on May, A. i). J920. otherwl.e the allevatlona of l
|I vines and fibre. There was wood May lath into for the pureesof .... aid bill .will\ be taken aa confraned by adddefendant.
l hive trunteea and to determine the amount
1 enough" in the nest" to furnish fuel" for nillair 1 to .be ....rsud.For It li further ordered thnt thl ordir be pub- '

Syr a fire place to last a day. Mr. Luke I II the of holdinii the maid .. United onee a week for eight consecutive weeka t
I raises a large number of turkeys every ocoro Ion In Dlnlrlrt purlMWM No. S, Slarke. the ... In the Hradford County Telegraph, a nr..npaTMr -

year, but had the eagles" lived they S Fblur7DDA. nianiuirni have been aplHilntedi F. I'. This pnhlinhed March 16 In, 1020.laid county and alate. 1
would have taken heavy tolls from hisflocks fee. J, I. Peek and T N Kendrick, I W. T. WEEKS

tlon For In the Dl.trlet purpoee No.of d. holdmir Ixiiiv llrldne.the laid, the rU (SEAL) \Py Clerk C. A. Clrroll KNIGHT Court '

I imlnii managers h.... teen apiwlntedt, n. Deputy Clerk.
W.IILL SEALED TINS'ONLY llnnfroe J. 13. Adklni and 8, C. Crew. R. n MOSrLEY
AT YOUR CDOCCRS For the purpoee of holding the laid Solicitor (or Complainant.l'-9tS14.OKOFR . !
tlon In li.nrtrt No (. Little Shrltin' the 1'
F. 4hy. Water Mill, April 23.;Mrs. Rachel i lowing mannirer lave been appointed
+ Prevail, of Graham is upending: awhile W. ubnftp, Jonathan Dtikea and R. n..... :, FOR PrilMPATlOV' '
MAXWELL HOUSECOFFEE For the of holding\ the Mid .
with her dnutthter. Mrs. Viola II tion in IH-trlct puriHme No. S. I'rovldenne, the In Circuit Court. State of Florida.; l+.Tvhl"
Thomas. lowing mnnatrcra haw lieen; .pptdatedt: J. Judicial Circuit Bradford County, In ('hen.I .
lllt'llinir. n. J. tUrdln and W. U Plalr. I err?. .
Willie Drown busi- .
was transacting
For the of holding the aid .. FLORA FI.VNN. I
tip 'is in Et: Wednesday.. _. tion In IM-lrlct pnn.w.No 7, Brooklyn the .. > (Ntniplninant.JETrR .
Misses llhodu and Kcba Thomas were loll' managers lia". lawn api.oltited. I R. v.
M Lpwrtit .c tiw,! h'wr aY.ada x 91>w A ..enidlil hopping in Brooker Wednesday. I lU-nrrr, J, I' J'.,,,,," and T. C. Clo.. Defendant.: FIYNN ,
+ Mrs. Alice Davis and children, of "Rats Pass I'p All Other Food For arttla.. I i'
; .. It ippi>..Inll t by affidavit aptendi-d to the
I I. the of holillnir the split
Gainesville, spent" the week-end here One Meal of Hat-Snap" lion or In DUtrlrt piirtx No i Vandrrlillt" the bill flli-d ,In the alm.. dated taupe that
__ with her sister, Mrs. Viola Thomas. I lowing mnnairer. have .been appointed" t F. Tfter I Ivnn the defendant therein named, .. ,
Those attending church at Dcdan Norman K. M. AUam and W. F H...... a ".non-renldi of the Stnte of Florida and
Sunday Evan Their first meal of RAT-SNAP Is For the puriHwe' of holding the aid .. he In a renldint of the Pity of Wilmington,
were Hodge, Creasy .. North Cantllna, of the United State, and la
tion In DIMrlrt No. 11 C.rahnm the
their lost Kills in few minutes. Dries
Hodge! Laura Carter and Willie I In* mnnnyenl have> bran nplmlnliilt t (' .. over the ago of twenty-cm year It t.I Iheee.fate .
Bro.wn. up the carcass. Rat killed with UAT- I',,,,,,. Jatnea Reynolds and O. W l>yal. "..Io..oct that paid non-nldint defendanthe .
Mrs. Ma Ooodge! and son, Eugene, S\'AI' come in cake form. Break into For the pttrpope of holdlnir the paid rl. hill and nf I.I herehy. required, to antiwar toh..
oomtilalnt filiMl In aid be
CKUHI on or
tin In nintrlrt No. 12 New Rivet the \
l y mid Hcrtie Thomas spent Saturday ; small pieces, leave where rats travel. lowing manniteni have been appointed t U, Tow Mondity the tied day of !Nu.?. A, D. 10110
and SundaMessrs City. No mixinlwith other food. Cats or Andn-v.. .. 1). W Killr and VM.,. I'arkiT therle: the alliwatlon" of alai hill 1 will betaken
Richard I For ... nf holillnir the nald eli : an eonfileed by attlii defendant,
Glover and Jeff e
.q dogs wart touch it. Safest, cleanest. tlon In 1)itrirt No. IT MiLw.nv. the .. II I I. further ordered that till. nrdir Iw puhllfthed -
I ; Waters of Lake Butler attended theparty I 1 surest rat nnd mice killer. 3 sizes, 25c Inv managers hnlMN>n apiHtlntedi. R n".. a we,*1c for four annneeuttve.
.x w+1k nt Mr. E. J. Lewis Hivikfl in the llrndford. County Telrnrnph
Saturday Tnvlor. J. O I>iiil>on and R. C. Crawford a
D. C.
I r 0c $1, Sold and guaranteed by
t'! night > For the purpone of holding the Maid. .., ni>%tm>miir' puhllnhrd In .aid County and. State
We are" sorry to report that O. W. Jones and J M. Mitchell.-Adv. Zion In Illntrlrl No. 11. Ilullbninn the .. Tliln March. VMh IdEOW. "
s Inn nttinairer have lawn. appointed t N. T. WEEKS
Thomas has been sick with tho grippebut torn rtn-v* Reddiiili and J. 1.. I'nrmenter.P'or ,l8ral. Clerk rirenlt' Court.Py ,r
l of in able to be up again. I r--- the ptirimpe, of hijdlntr the acid . C A. KNIGHT. ll

Mrs Li/zie Green and Minnie Green j COFFINS CASKETSAnd Jinn In Klntrlrt No. 20. U..I....... tho II F KNIOIIT Drputy Clerk. I
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Intr have I..n nptKihitiHl II
E are at Starke for about two weeks a full line of illlaitM mnnnirent, C. C 1)uul.rly and John C.: ....... Sollcllor fur ('.,n\l.h.I".nt.2.G.4.1I11. r
p.F while !Mrs Green is under the care of For the pill-pone of hnlilliitr the laid .. -
Physicians. Undertakers' Supplies lion In nutrlrt No. (1, faleatlnithe ORDER loll PlIII.ICATION! ;

Mrs. Rachel Prevatt and Mrs. Viola Automobile Hearse.Always I line Hrnnnen manaueni Law Ilrannen have been and apr Arthur>oiiitedl, ..W." .'.In Circuit' ,...".t.. Slain of Florid. Eighth
II.-,1] Circuit; ,
Itradford County, in Chaoeery.
Thomas and children are visiting in hand. The best .. Nor the puriHwe of holding the pall el >
the Five< Mile section on 1It. tlon I")1"1.I.t Nn. 28. Ralfunl the t..1. I'YF. I
vice at the lowest prices. Special : log nianavera have been attpolnled' t S.' I I II
Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Brown attending C'omplalnant.
Mnore, J. II. Rltrh and O. W, Aml.T-.on. !
-_ to business here Saturday.: attention to telegraph order. I For the liurH"e of iHildinir the laid. .. I ANNIE 11h.t.n".nt.\V.'. .
Mina .A-P IvRri_.. Thomas attended the tlon In Mntriet Nn. SH Lake littler the ;i |
party at Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Lewi Embalmer lowlnir ntanacen haY. Iteen appointed O. II aiimarlim, liy\ appended the
1 Registered Rogieter, C. .. Rivera and K. W. Millerror to
lull Ned In the almve
I dated Hint
Saturday night. .. raiine Aunla
of the Raid
the hitldinv
fU. S. SAILORS IN FRANCE ,:down, due to the force of some highIV Misses Rhoda and Lomlo Thomas DeWITT C. JONES tlon In IHntrlct liuriKMe No. 2(, Johnntown. the i ",.,.. the of defendant the Mate therein of Florida named and, In.h.a nonrealdent I I. a.
attended the party Saturday night. Inn manatrrni have been aiiimlnled I i nldenl. of ralrhnrn. Plate ,
11 I of
Georgia and
I ITor
Varnea, W, M. Vamra and S. U (IrilTln.
An entertainment Starke. Ha. 1"I !. over the ... of twenty-tine year.1) It In therad -
was given by
sailors The English are using these tanks ,
war the of the
,Jurinp) the the puriKNie of holding tlie. f"\f that paid nnn-n- ldent defendanti
ited States navy had their hands ni salvage centers That is, in clear. Reba Urown Friday night A large -'- -- tlon In Iluitrlrt No. lilt, Lawtey. the ....). and a. hereby reunlred to appear, to the hill
ing the battle field the barbed wire crowd enjoyed" the music and other" log mnnairera Imve been appointed, 1 T. of complaint on or before Monday, the ltd
Jill in protecting the transport and : : up amusements. rrriTios: FOR AN ELECTION I Terry W. F. Godwin and A. II Harley. day of May, A. n. IHHO. otherwine, tha alleaatuiiin .
pply service: on the high seas. It shells and broken guns or other battle Fred Green of Lake Butler the Wa the tjnderelirned I..u.01 JohnntownSuhchao1 For the purpone of hoMinv Ih. aid .. i.f. .ald hill will l M taken .. ....,_ed '
field was Dlntrlet No. r(. hereby pelitlol tion In Illotrlrt No. 26 TlHiinai. the .. liy said defendant.It .
junk are piled near some prominent
all also their duty to guard the gueiil.of. his cousin, Dave Green Sunday the Honorable Hoard of Public Inntnutlon ollradford dog m.n........ have been aplmlnted A, !I. further ordered that this order be
sets of the United States and of object, such as one of these tanks. rnunty, Florida, for .n election to I DoiiKla. 8 C ('",w. .nd Will Croft.ror I puhllnlied once a week for four cnnneeutlva +
There was too much to be After wards they are collected and taken Evan Hodge attended church at De- lie held at the school house at John.lownKla. the purpoee of holdinii the alil week In the Bradford County Tvlevraph a
ance. I I ...teb- lion In Dlntrlcl Nn. 27. Sanuwon City, "newpliarnr, puhllahed In paid .
to railroad ., on the loth day of M.". I"S0 to county and atat
salvage dump some dan
one in their own special job to permit a near Sunday. llnh .n addition, to the. area or the said Sub- followlntl managers have lien appointed I Ililn March (I, 1920.
any sightseeing: Now that the war I I station. I I Misses Ruby and Gracie Green and' School Inntrtet No. 24. aa already ellrtlnn aa II llmwn J. I.. Wynn and Mlllard Varne.. I W. T. WEEKS
For the of the said
.1 over our sailors are finding time on Souvenir collectors of the United Laura Carter were guests of Creasy mot dlntrlet forth aa h,Inw.are now The exl'tlnu boundarle being.of the.. paid follow tlon In tllntrlrt purpiwe No. HA.holding Flva Mile the (Seal) My 0.Clerk A. KNIOIIT.Circuit Court.

toss-Atlantic trips to study the great States would give anything to run Hodge 9anday.IM .. to-wit Inif nianajrera. have been. aplwlnted t T. I Deputy, Clerk
lIuk... I*. I'. Dekle and J. M. Roberta
--- the Northeaet. corner of Section 1.
Brain at A. s ciirws.
attlefielda. This they are able to do wild in these dump!!! Everything" :, SB.. Kanite 20 F.': then runnlnc Wea For the purpone of holding\ the aaid 1 Solicitor for; Complainant. ... .. >0.
(ith all the ease of the modern tour- from a German" helmet to British can .Irma Tp line, v.> Northwest eorner of Section lion In Dlntrlct, No SI. 11<...1. .. the "
. B PW of Seetlon S, Ih."e.W ntanaiieni have lawn appointed I J. M. 11<",
a thence to corner!
ts at leisure and in piled ready for sightseer New Seed
peace. non are up some to Milter nf N Una of _lion .. thanei J. 8. Roller and J. W. Oaiklm.
{The French railroad trains look very to take their pick. The American R to center of South line of _lion Id, thMa.Kant Pone by. order of the hoard while In I Habitual Constipation CuredIn
thenre ....Ion this the 6th day of April' 19110 14 to :21 Days
natural to the traveler of the Unit. sailor can be trusted to carry away as : to NW Corner of lection 28'I
Peanuts South to Southwest. Corner of Section 841 I IIh..n. L. O. POWELL "LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" U a 1Ipttt1lan
The fact that the doors much the British will
States. as guards give .. rant: to New Kiverl( Then Northeael Chalnrilm Moard I' InntrurtloB. .., IweparedSyrupTonto-Laxatlvetat, Habitual
|pen on the side of each compartment them" along' said river tn Eat Una of Section. KS > County, F.10...... .
constipation It relieves but
all thence North to N..rthe..1 eorner of aid Eta
ith a running board the length of the The American sailors shown on the Oats Mon. ft t thence Went to Northwest Corn* Alt E. R I-OPPELL I vhould be taken regularly! for 14 to 21 daysto

ain, malting them seem like our open tank are on leave from one of the U. of paid Section gel 1 thence North tn Southwest r... Supt. and Bec>. .. .- Induce regular ac thxl. It Stimulate and

treet cars. The above shows a typi- R. vessel in the English\ channel. Theyare String Beans corner encore of of Hectlon nnld Election 1I I thence 1 I Fiat thence: to Hnutheaat North ta Regulates' Very Pleasant to Take 60o

kl I train on the Paris-Brest railroad. evidently" taking full advantage of Northeant Cornvr of avid Section 1, the pointof OKDFK FOR 'ITItI.l'ATION Def battle.

|ust as in this country it happens thate the,'! opportunities given them to see Sweet Corn all varieties 1 ictnnintf.'he additional'1for 1I.. drnntlnu Judlnlal In Circuit llrcult Court ilradford State of County lorlda, in, ,. .. 1-,

trains are sometimes blocked and the war country. or rejertiun nf. which thin election. I. petitioned r"l")'. "I Never Know You Could Keep Rate

ring long delays passengers get outr Melon I I. bounded aa fnllowat w. C. HIINIRH. .Out t>f a Kutcher :Shop
Commencing .t rVtutlieut corner of Sea ComplainantHUNTER.. I
walk.. EAGLE FAMILY DESTROYEDThe tin HA. Tp. 4 South. Kitnire UU K., thene V. I What Ralph Walking nay: "Figrur.
North to hater county line, thenoe Went MAC'IN .
The German tank is one'! that was Velvet Beans aid line to the Northwest eorner of HelinnUO Defendant. I oil rain around store, had enough to cat,
[isabled by the English: on the Hin- other lay Dave Luke who liveson thence South to Hntithwi. corner of Sec It appvarlnit by aIn bvH anienili| >il to and wouldn't touch anything BURp I.
nburg line near Cambral. Through.t Farm No. 2 of the Powell-Smith I I lion IT, Ti" ft H. lUnire 20 E., thence Fnnt bill nhil 'In the .Ioc... stated' r..une emus Hoard about UATSNATava
Co. was hunting hogs in the sandhil's. English PeasKICKLITERS to center this district there are still to been i North. to center of South line of Section. 4. a resident. of the III.... of Florida, and it a trial.! Kenulti were wonderful. All
the wreck of both German and He saw an eagle fly 111and (hence runt to Southrant eorner of H> flIowinlthe bird with his ryes, saw North to Norlhweai corner of SectionH not lie served uiHin her tMil )I. over
fcnulish tank They are so heavy it alight in a tall pine, lie went to : Tp. S 8, Kanire 20 K? thence Pat; onT aiie of twenty-one yeara( and It I. More. lay and night! never touch RAT.

Bat they cannot be removed without the tree and found It (containing\' an ,.. line: to point of Iwitinninfi.HKNKY W, M. .VAHNKH.: H. ICiIlHTIS. .. fore ordered. that laid noii-renliUmt ....'." SNAP." 3 Sizes, 2Be, floe() |1. Sol.1aIHll1uoral1tt..1f
I he and I. hereby required to appear, to
ing torn to pieces. In spite of the eagle's" nest. He had his t eun with him The Seed House Trunteea. 4-l t-6-14 bill nf complaint' filed In Paid ...... on or ; by D. C. Jones and J,
eight however, it is not uncommon and killed the" eagle which was a very i I".. Mondny. the Bed day. of May, A. D. M Mitchell.
find them on their side or up-side large one, then went home and got his NOTICE TO DEIITORS AND CREDITORS ntherwlui, the alleKatlora of ..,d bill will .
All ixnonn. IniU'liUd to the enUte of Mra. taken confenied by paid fendant.
I Susan lim>d Easton late of llradford CountyI'lorlila It la further ordered that this order he ,.
-- llnhed week for four ... ...
deeeaned are requrated to pay their once a COCKROACHES
aid debla forthwith and all nemona having ........ In the Uradford County: Telegraph.
claim. airnlnnt said ....t. hall file the .an>e, newnpaiier puhllnhed In laid Comity: and .
duly atithpnllratwd. with the underalirned exi Thta March 20th. 1920.
''I I'' IIII :No[ sir-ee bob .eciitur within one year from date hereof or W. T. WEEKS
II.. ::1 they will be forever h....... (Stall Clerk Circuit (:..
This 27th day of February, 1020.n Ily C. A. KNIflllT.
J. STEWAIIT Deputy .
8-27-91-4-23. Eneeutor. A. f.. ADKINS .
i.I No premiuma with Sollrltor for Comulalnant. -.- .
Ii, Camels-all quality !ICAMELS All ptrnonil Inilfbled to the estate of MrallMtvr ORDER; Foil PI/III.ICATION/
I Wynn late of Bradford County, Flor In Circuit Court, Stale of loriila.I . BAatlLV KILLED TODAY .* UeHNOJ
i Ida Ik-craned, are reqiioted to pay their .alddi Judicial Circuit' Bradford County, In
..Ml forthwith and ill persons buying ch.l.... ."..,.. STEARNS' PASTE
.ln.1 paid eetate shall file the name, duty J. I. MITfHKLL
quality plus Camels ex- I authenticated, with the undenilirned admlnla Complainant.MARV u*< at a PI.T. M
trator within on. year from date hereof or .. WATER BUGS. RATS AND MICE
of choice Turkish and they will he forever barred V. MITCHELL. : pied y re left 'w-. cup. I.. .** .,..
This 27th day of February, )120. 1)efrndant.It I
appearing by affidavit attended to OK Dial paiOM YOUR D.ALan
choice Domestic tobaccos pass out the

most wonderful cigarette smoke you D -

t uN ever drew into your mouth 1 II II I I

I ,Mr = And, the way to prove that

I "t 1 rAh( statement is to compare Camels '

I II '"" eves puff-by-puff with any cigarette in e'

; the world! 1 .


%.i L) Camels have a mild mellowness that

r, is as new to you as it is delightful. THL UNIVERSAL CAR i

c i desirable "body" is all there!
( 4 Yet, .. Ooh I How toy back achcsl

They are always refreshing-thetf, After fJrlp "Hu'rir colds' the kldn.s The Ford Sedan, with electric starting and

I and blnddor are often ar"clcaIlHd! lighting with 3 -inch ,
i systemdemountable Ya
; never tire your taste. nephritlsorluflamma I in of k.>hii-y..
tires all around is the ideal
TM IH the rod flee( ,; of dnntrer- tier. family car because

I. Camels leave no unpleasant; cigaretty on wine and check the fu: ''li/ /.ro",40f/ > of i its general utility and refined and comfortable
kidney dlwtiwi. by obtaining that woiiUor-
f equipment Finely upholstered. Plate glass .
aftertaste nor unpleasant cigaretty odor I ful dliK<)v ry of )Ir. IMnrre's known a*
AlIIlrlc (antl-urlo.aeld). Itezimltlli windows. An open car in the spring, summer,
n7RFiN C' DOMESTKlT Your say-so about Camels will be : unto sell poison. from tho bmljr and and early fall. A cloned! car in inclement

BLEND romovr thwu 1 palrin, Much as backache, weather
and winter.
< C A R T T g. Rainproofdustprou.Jnthe
liMy but that's a great cigarette". rlinumatlHui In iuiii ;loH alai Jolnu.
t it Naturally when the kidney are city or the country a family car. The law

c.-t. "' eelenflff""n"IroA. _",,, diraiiHwl the blmid Is llll. d with iK>lH"r<- cost of operation and maintenance is not the
..- ..of 20 q.rya_f or ,... pa"h".1'10\ oas woHte' matUT uhlrli iMittli. In tliafcfit of its
least charms. Won't
...,., W. come and
ci"...<'..) In m ""mmimt.pfpndrracomneod. "-" d .non. unklna and wrists; or wader. tboe7 you
_.. .*.* carton fortl'.tiom eroma
look overt? -
i In bug-1lko furinatloim.
., .l
plyer !> > yams trr FORD GARAGEA.
Send Pr. l'ierce' III valida' Hotel,

R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO. Buffalo, N. Y., ten cents for trill A. & G. A. Anderson

Wiaatai.-S.JMii, N. C. package of Amirio Tablet. rjTTN co
tar k
X1..i-1 e.
AUOIJTA, O*.-"I had, been naffer- : ,: : _

ing for some time with tny kidney.. ; ; .; rJI! - if1
My ankles would swell up and I Buffered 1I"I i"; ... "f J ."' ...I.../. ,
with, pains across my back and ], : w" ,...("..;....j

tliro my kidneyi; my system WM r,t l rrrl
also full of uric anil. I would bavebooting IJII +

piiins thru my firth and

t, muscle KnowitiK: I>r. I'lcrcii's other j: J1i! \: '

med clr1l's to I Ion gold J decided to give "' "
i Aiiario a trial and I found it to be ,-__........ '.:,'j ___/
the best kidney medicine I Iaevpr .. ..- --r--;' '

taken. It was only fary for me ...... ,,. ... 'iJl'.t:9,, .ow.:;. .
II i I to take about three bottles to rid my '"
I I 1
y sytttpm of the uric acid and relieve rue
I i
I I I I of all kidney tr/JUbllO.-W, C. UAJ- --.-- -

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be shown! dlsiharsis the duties of the olfim wiUt awumry Crosby Lake; April 23.Church andprayer ,I section. t tI
Rev. Ernest Boyer filled his regular price to and 000....". -I A. KNIOHf.! meeting at M. J. McKae's Sun- Rev and Mr Barnes, of Miller t
err Bradford County Telegraph apopintment at the Lawtey Baptist Who wanted to be shown 'Didn'tI I ,
church Sunday.L. tell you all the time I was satisfied FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER DIBT.! N*. 1 day night was welt attended.P. : are 'visiting here this week.

_. D. Dorman., of Jacksonville, spent with DeWitt C. Jones' prices? I .hereby as announce County myself Comtniaslonrr. a candidsU for IMsrlct foeyeelection B. Bryant flea moved from Plant I Prayer meeting next Sunday nightat
,II Ii
; I'obliabed I Weekly, and entered .. aeerlana the wi-ek-rnd with Mr. and Mrs Silas I guess most all women come from No. 1. subiwt to the action of the Dunocratle City back to Starke. the home of Mrs. Alice Oliver. I-

d << matter at the poet-office at Brown. Mrs. Liorman is spending a Missouri and have to be shown. Well, .f primary.the _ten. I at respectfully said. p solicit the support Miss ]Margie Haltiwanger, of Jacksonville The pound party at J. C. Crews on ft

'gUrke FlorMa.f. . few weeks there.E. we had a good time though, didn'twe D 7: JROOKS.! is visiting relatives in this Wednesday night was well attended. J
,. J. Roberta visited relatives in
.. Samantha I hrrrby. announce myself a candidate for -- -- -
and from
of the week
-- - -
Who had a good time I the oil... of County Commissioner for District ;
M. MATTHEWS., Editor and Ownrr.f 'there will go to St. George, Ga., on No. 1. fslestlne and Providence. If elected I I
business. rill faithfully discharge the duties of the of-

of MinneopoUK Cured In 6 to H Days ace to the beat of my ablllt" I
I Mrs. Thercsna Schultz. Pile H H. Wtl.LlAMI.
The workings of some human minds Minn., is spending: a few weeks DrowUts .fund monrr If PA.ZO OINTMENT Itells ,
I Li arc past understanding By what pro. with her sister Mr William Thede. to euro ItU.lnn, Blind 3bmdingorProtmdiopPllraInatundy FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER HIST. No. I A. D. ANDREWS COMPANY
lullrvvs lichlnH Flics, and you cnn r' raiidlilst. for
I hereby announce myself a re.rWtlon
t' : of
cesa of reasoning a man can persuade Mr. and Mrs Raymond Most-ley, tr.tlul.l-xTK.ltM th': liisl Sure lk uuo. Price M Commissioner for District No.2.
himself that he must dynamite a Stark1 spent Sunday with Mr. and Lake Butlrr and Wortblrurton. During my Incumbency
y harmleflg and unobtrusive cattle dipping Mrs. L. L. Sapp. of th. office I have endeavored toemr'e

'vat, is as hard to explain as the If. Williams, of Jacksonville, spent Political Announcements county the at people lanre to of the di trict of .my M ability well M, and the Raiford Florida

ti reason why we must yawn when we Sunday here. FOR STATE SENATOR If my. services have .given satisfaction I willapprwiat. ,
sea others do so. Yet two dipping ,-- ---. "t .m a candidate. for State Senator for the , the support Clf the vt>t<-ri at the
outs have been in Dura] IBth District and will appreciate the support coming primary. C. A. ROBERTS.I .
dynamited Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Butler left Tuesday at the comingprimary of my fellow .It{I......
county. recently. for their home at North Branch, A. ADKIN8. hereby announce myself a candidate for
-' Mich. after spending the winter in County CotnnvMloner for tltstrlct No. I. I Dear Customer: .
I am s candidate for State Senator for the Putter and Worthington). 1 promise If .tLak.1
) The king of Sweden has made an attempt tarkc. Ileforo leaving/ Mr. Butler Fifteenth District which "mb.B..dlord that I will endeavor to discharge the ..

i n to earn his going to closed a deal for a tract of land southeast -' County' and will appreciate, the support of myDemocratic the office to the beet of m" ahlll\lr.. I We hate just gotten in a large lot of Diamond Self
k t England to try to negotiate for a sufficient of town and] will probably try his countrymen at the .June primary.D. J. M. CONNER

\ amount of Wctah) coal to carryon hand at Florida farming.: E. KNI.HT. This will announce that I am a eandiffaU Rising Flour in 12Ib. 2lib t and 9GIb sacks and in Half

? + his, country's commerce and tnanu. I FOR REPRESENTATIVE-CROUP ONE for Cnun'y Commissioner. from District No. 2, j Barrels and Whole Barrels in Wood also'Nellie King
t faC'turt'JI. If ho succeeds in this perhaps J hereby announce th.t I am a Candida for Lake butler and Worthlnirton. I respectfully ;

Yy .:Jic will' next travel around and FARMERBROWNContinued ftapresentatlv.I rrspMtfully solicit In the the of Group th. No 1.. at solicit the the June votes primary of the t-lcTllon.citizens 8.of M.the DUKES district (Plain Flour) in 2 lib and Wood Barrels. -We guarantee

+ : drum up tales for the manufactures the coming pr'.iJ'ii"N election. of this Flour and making a close priceon
x and cargoes for the rteamahip While J. BLACKWELDER. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER D1BT. No. I every bag are :
Thla will announce that I am a candidate,
,,tO. good drummers are in demand, kings ( From Last Week) This will announce to the cltlwns of the for County. Commissioner for District No. .. I it.
are not. and first one then another county that I am a candidate for Itflprewnta- respectfully solicit the support of the votera
it t king is getting "hump" on himself Now, see here Brown, you're the tive In Croup 1. I respectfully solicit the support at the primary election to be held In June. We have a few Brinley and IHount Plows both
of the voters .t ths dxmocratle S. T. TJOWUNO.
rn in order to keep his job. biggest( old fool I ever saw for a man. PEGl8TEILT
held In Jun. CHAS. II.
w' riore you've hauled we all the way up I hen'by announce myself a candidate for .
f1 The overall profiteer i in a new upecles to Jacksonville just to pet prices on am a candldst. for Representative In the office of County Commissioner for district I cost. i
C"",,, No 1. and respectfully solicit the snp- I No. 8 iKalford and Lawtcy), subject to the ...
Dim r ,I of a well known /genus, and has Hardware and such. You've spent tart: of th. voters at the coming primary dec. Inn of the voter at the coming democraticrlmary.
4 ';voluted eince the formation of overalls nigh on $15 and a whole day. Now lion If elected I promise to serve the countycarefully . If elected! I promise" faithful and efficient Our line of Dross Shirts, Work Shirts, Overalls, t
k, clubs all over the country. Yet he and faithfully In an effort to stop the service In the Interest of both my din I
what have (rained' I 7 tendency tow.rd Increasingttata taxes ..... I Men's Dress Pants
ti does not hurt bad for you present rlct and the county at I. respectfullyolielt Pin Check Khaki Work Pants and "
the breeches
r us Jlh!)', hauled us to JaekRonvillelWarn't at every session of the 10vl.I.lur.> > the support of the vot... B. J. ROSIER.
dl 1 of denim or khaki are very lasting/ and T II,. PINHOUTER. I II is complete and the price is right. I
t do not change fashion. In the long/ you the first one that proposed FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER DIBT. No. 4
going to see if we couldn't buy things/ FOR REPRESENTATIVE-CROUP TWO am a candidate for reflection to the office
. ,,, ago/ the women folk of each family 1 .hereby announce myself eon 01101.U In of County Commissioner for District No. 1. We can save you money on I'anamas and Straw t
. '4t would have come to the rescue by cheaper up there than in Starke Say Group Two for nomination for the office of itarktf.'< During my encumhency of the office. I
weaving the cloth and making: the /garments < now, suppose we did spend a little trpnMenttUve In the Lal.t1mture from Bradford have used my beat endeavors in behalf of the Hats, Felt Hats Hoys' and Men's Hats and Ladies'Summer
County, Florida, aubject, to the action of district and the county, and hope my record I. f
but alas, spinning and weavingare money; didn't we have a stood: time the Democratic Primary to be held Jun. 8th, such ail to insure the luport of the voter athe Straws. !
Ihl now lost arts. Didn't we see the city and have a 020. 1 respectfully. solicit the support of ALL ensuing primary.. J. M. BROWNLEI3. \
1, r .><>moc ratio voter and If elected promlne Tennis Shoes Boys' 'land Girls'
street ride? Didn't to the Oxfords Baby ;
car jro ,
It looks you faithful and conscientious. ..PVt.... I hereby announce that I am a candidate for
if the
now as /greediest of 10 cent store Commissioner for District No. .. Prom.
EVERETT M. JOHNS. bounty School Shoes and Work Shoes Men's Shoes and Ladies'
till profiteers!, the big dailies are work.InR' Icing careful attention to. the duties of the of.ace -
s' ai to squeeze the small papers out of Who saw the city, or much of it? This will .nnoun't'th.; citizens of Bradford if I am elected I itespectfully: : solicit' the Shoes with prices to fit your pocketbook.We I
the field by consuming available All you could nee was your old hard. county that I am a candidate for Rcpreeentatlve support of the voters at the coming primary.

Q I Il print paper. At the same/ time they ware store Didn't give me half a put forward in group every 2.possible If I effort am elected to slap 1 will theunnrceMary J. L. UNDERBILL. have the best line of Apron Checks Dress ;

4i / chance to see anything: but a big: crowd expenditure of public money and FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER HIST. No. I Ginghams, Dimity Checks Homespun White Bleaching ;
ml.+ wornen of folks running around. You ought: the continual nixing. of our atat tax rate to I hereby announce myself a candidate for The .
/ aalarlt. to unnecessary off teem.JAMES office of County Commissioner for District No.
pay l Yellow Homespun 10-4 Sheeting Brown and
i I other newspaper work. With the email to have stayed all night/ and give me a REYNOLDS. I> of Bradford County and promise that If I,
t out of the elected I will serve the people of the district
field and a super chance. Bleached Hickory Stripes Khaki Cloth Percales Mat-
,+ 1 pars of FOR COUNTY JUDGEI and the county at large to the best of my abtlty. ,
printers and writers!, they Yes, and you holding the p ckPt. am candidate for county judtr of Brad I respectfully solicit the support of the tress!' Ticking: Feather Ticking Indian Head Prints
r could have things their Is ,
/ own way. book IWould I ford count and hereby. announce my candl- voters at the ensuing primary.I

I that what they are working/ for? you have like a few more Having tar" In lived the In coming the county primary all of Jane my 1D20.and W. lN OLSTER. SR.t Table Linen and a full line of Silks and our prices are

high priced meals and pay a bio price erved it In a public way for several yeara I wish to announce to the cltlaeni of County right.
j Vii A psychic disease has struck this feel that 1 can efficiently perform the duties (Commissioner District No. B that I am a candidate
i / country, as well as nearly all of the For a place to sleep Well, I suppose of laid 0111... I aollrit the support of all for Commissioner. 1 respectfully sol'eit'
y ) rest of the world. It shows itself in rn[ never hear the ]last of it. If you democratic votera and if elected promt" faithful your support at the June primary.. H. D. MAY. We also have a full line of Men's Ties, Collars.Men's ,
and conscientious aervlcea. R.
K the way all consideration for the fu had not got to knocking so hard over A. GREEN. FOR MEMBER SCHOOL BOARD DIST. No. I and Women's Hose Hose Supporters Laces, Embroidery

; ture is lost and only the present moment that dinner I had intended to stop over I hereby announce myself a candidate for the 1 am a candidate for reelection aa a memberof
''I 1 Is regarded./ Classes of another office of County Jurttce of Bradford County, the County Hoard of Public Instruction for Toilet Articles, Candy, and all kinds of Gro
people day and take you out to the "Florida and on account of my health I will district No. 1. If I am re-elected will continue
who should be amenable to reason: and beach to see the high; toned wlmmen not be able to make an active campaign. and my. efforts to serve the best Interesta of ceries.
'p ; decency seem to have lost both. When parade around on the sand showing will itreatly appreciate any favora my friend county. I... C. POWELL I'I'the
, this is the cane it is impossible to forecast ; can give m.. 1 solicit your support In the We carry Ford Automobile Parts Plow Points
their high and low dresses and high/ June prim.,,... Respectfully, T. J. FOR MEMBER SCHOOL BOARD DIBT. Ne. t ,

q .what The the only future thing/ one may can have calculate in.tore. heeled shoes and silk stockings, and --I for! This reflection will. announce an a member that I am of a the candidate County Plow Bolts, Beams and Handles; Plow Lines Hoes,

on with certainty is the soil and see the big waves come in and themen Bard of Public Instruction from District No. Rakes Saddles, Bridles Wagon Harness Buggy Harness
2. 1 respectfully solicit the votes of the cltl-
and in the water with
f seed time and harvest. In other words women go !
tens of the county at the forthcoming primerr Buggies Ideal Fertilizers and other articles -
RI farming is the only stable occupation most'nothing" on but a little cap and P. M. PADGETT. many

eexr Let no one be lured away Jrom the striped pants. You'd enjoyed that. that are necessary to the farmer.
I that I
r hereby announce am a candidate
farm to' accept more remunerative I Now Brown, you shut up, or- for' member of the Board of Public Instructionfor
Come in
.i work, which can be only temporary Stance I Starke! Next station is District No. 2. I promise If elected to and let us show you what we have,, ana
and the (best life faithfully discharge the duties of the office,
work for the bring Eggs Potatoes
young! Starkel and serve the county at large to the best of ray your Syrup Chickens or any-
man to choose is
farming Well, here we are home again. Andthere's ;, ability. election I respectfully In June.solicit.1.your.0 .DENNISON.votes at theprimary thing else that you have to sell.

e CLEAN UP the boy and Rastus. making thU7 my annwnorhMnCmrws..
Well what you going to eo now ? of the Circuit Court of Bradford County 1 FOR MEMBER SCHOOL BOARD DIST. Ma. t EVERY DAY IS SALE DAY.
respectfully solicit the support of the people, I am a candidate for member of the County
Next Monday Is to be set Going up to DeWitt C, Jones Hardware subject to the action of th.R"R"RAItB I Board of Public Instruction for District No.
as :
cleaning store to get: his prices to compare mary election. 8. and respectfully solicit the votes of ' .
: up day for Starke.' There .
of the district at the primary election
r should bo no necessity' for "clconing-: with what we've got. SUPERINTENDENT OP PUBLIC IN8TEUC. In June J. D. BAXTER.

up" days, for we should keep our Howdy, Mr. Jones Wish you'd giveme the. Ilemoe..tlo'Vote"TIONTo of Bradford County t I FOR (0"1'AIILE-IJISTKICT NO. 4 A. D. ANDREWS COMPANYRaiford

promises clean without being shamed prices on a few things, so I can I take this method of announcing myself a In announcing myself a candidate for Con.
and almost compelled to do so. Wesweep take them home to look over. ..ndld... for rflwtlon to the office of Superintendent stable from District No. 8. Bradford county, I
our rooms and. rake of Public Instruction of Bradford submit the following I J.m. native cltiaen,
our All right; Mr. Brown; will be pleased County subject to the rules of the Democratic of this county and have been constantly anso>
yards, and many of us let it1.0/ at to do so. Just wait a moment. Now primary on June Rth. If elected I promise the aimed with its cttisens and Its interests, having Florida
1 that Back yards are made the recepUolfB what Is same courteous and palnttaklna. service Ten- spent my lifetime here t and 1 promise that If
of all kinds of rubbl"h.l.'rORe the prices you want? drred. In the put F. R. POPPKL.U I am honored with this office I shall discharge
is / Well here's a list. Just put your the duties of the office to my utmost ability,
allowed to take .
possession of the FOR TAX COLLECTOR sod without roar or favor. Jrl have your eonIdencn .
sidewalks fences and ,sheds are' left prices to them and I'll be able to pick I hereby announce myself a eandMnte for I will.appreciate your vote on June Hth.
to full to pieces. out what 1 want and know what it will the office of Tax Collector of Bradford County Respectfully FRED G. JONES.
subject to the democrat:! primary to be held I
u Clean up everywhere Monday and cost me when T come to town. Jun. 8, 192U. 1 promise if elected to irive the -

K on the following days, both for the Here you are, Mr.' Brown. I can office, my time and th. people my ervlces.
% sake of appearance and for health. But sell you /goods that I now have in Mr time as an officer stands as an open book I
t for the Iiwpifction of the of till
e see to it that the trash in hanlod people county A A. A A A. A A. A A. n A A. A A .. A A .T
I e away stock at this price but can't tell what and I ak you all for your support Respect I S4 v>.Xv>.*J yA'AVXAVXAy A A A A
--don't burn it The smoke from fully submitted. D. M. DOWLING.
up. I will\ have to pay for new stock. See ? ..

burnlnold/ shoes, rags, and rubber You, I understand all thnt. Wecan't I take this method of announcing to the cltItena !
v coats Is sickening: and you have no of lirsdford County that I am a candl ,
tell how
much will shoveup
right to inflict this they dote for the office of
nuisance on. your county tax collector, sub The wt-
ticlghbors./ the prices but I know you will do ject to the will ,,' tb. voters at the cnmlnvtlemorratfe I
primary election to be held June Zl -Zag Tread
the best can. I
you B. 1020 and respectfully refer to t11I ,)
you my rectinl ;;
I LA WTE\' Well, thank you. I must be /going. as dt'puty tax eollertnr the pant season. Msrhmlrslly. and ..I..unna1l". I tqmet for tIl glpl' tmi ? r 1,
I No don't want My promise' to the people la thb I If you Smtw t security under ill road ."'diU""" *. } IaIMIIII' a
-- anything today. ,
; ,;
elect I will pI
m. faithfully discharne the dutiesof
'd{ Lawtey, April" 23: .-Mrs. Mary Rivers Say, boy, tell your dad to the office to the .best of my ability with Th. 1, and ::9 shaped cup ..Itvnlt.on II II1INI} t ll } IPIII Ii} 11 t ,

of Groen Cove Springs was a via. come over tonight. Got somethingto prompt courteous treatment to all. t will apprecfato bath tldvs of the Pttro wld. hmvy fraud ?I{, , ptlll, II ' ,q+
your vote. E. W..HAYES. fiklildini Is ml"ln.I..I. f..U.1 l bur Raia ,, , ,
itor at the home of her parents, Mr. show them. of tit* ""'1". T__" sn and Mrs David Durban, in East Law. Here we at home again Let's I wish to say to the votem of Bradford conn. Uns of trwid sr. tlilik rubber coda that 'i Iiil '' ,I 1 {, fell ,y, ',
are .. I Illllt
/ y that I am a candidate for the office of Tax ** in atsput the wh. U "bwd. .4" I
'; ley.Miss Maude compare the prices.No Collector and I respectfully. solicit your support .
visited her at the coming .
primary. 8th.Respectfully.
wait till We'll
Sy comes
uncle and aunt \Mr. and Mrs! W. M. J, E. UOUOLABS.I .
Overstrret, in I'nlatkn ln"t week. 11..1'Jrrandfllthf'r eat supper' and then look them over
Here they come now. Howdy, Mrs. take this method of announcing. to the
accompanied her and will Democratic voters of Bradford county that I
spend a while with his son. Perkins. Come inl! nm a candidate for the office of Tax Collector. ,
Mrs. Colon Miller and children left Set up to the table. Sy, we've got I promise If elected. to discharge. the. duties of e6'r ',q .t '
the offiae to the bet of ability, always giv
Saturday for their homo in Saunders.villa prices from Jacksonville and Starko. ing it all my personal tent'on my

Ca., after spending a month with Let's sec which is the cheapest placeto tiny a. SAPP.

her parents Mr. and Mrs Jesse Reddish buy from. .
Her sister. Miss. Kldridge/ Rml Starke Prices I am a candidate. for re-election to the officeof
dish accompanied hor as far as Jack County Assessor of Tags and will greatly
sonvllle. Perfection Cook Stoves $60 to $75. appreciate the support of tbe voters. In the
W. L. Overstreet was transacting 2 Burner Oil Stoves, $19. coming primary election I'I' } '},' , I x : O O a Ory O ''ill,
? business in Jacksonville' last week. 3 Burner Oil Stoves25.. dplhl4li,4"Im ihil

Mr. and Mrs Fred Kemp, of Ogun- Dix Poll Cook Stove, $22.50 to $25. .I l I ,

i y quit. Me., we e recent visitor here. Tuxedo Cook Stove, $flO.

i ( was I'\ A visitor, Fisher to Latwt yelahfewdays) Talking Ccrtain-tccd Machines Roofing! $140, $3.25, $lf to 5, $4.75$18& 1/1/ p Three Types of Tires for Three Kinds of Use

ago.Mrs./ Alex Williams and children of Woven Fence: Wire, 6 and 12 inch 1 I YOU don't want a truck motor in a touring car; Tire Leo Cord Puncture-Proof

( I Jacksonville, visited relatives and, $13 to $ir.r.o. use a different oil in the cylinders than in thetransmission.
; Dixie Plows, $4.50. FOR SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATION the hardest posalbl. surrlce oa"
friend IFor
here this
''' w..k.JIIo I hsrabir. snnoimc. myself s candidate for N.olvetton klnda of road.. A coal cord tIre
Burdlcy Plows
t Mrs. J. P. Wyrlck and little. daughter $7,25 to $10.50. to the office of Succrvlsor of RrcUttra.turn . _any rldlnff-economical sndbsoluUily

of Alexandria, Va., arrived Saturday Hoes, GOc, 75c, 85('. for Bradford ...,.,nt". respectfully Kill- Different conditions must be met imnrturs-proor.! Th. n I Is.punctureproof .
.It the support of the. voters at the .n.ulnnprimary differently. That
to Rakes 6Rc. 75c 85c $1.00.
upend several weeks with and If sUx-toJ I cord tire. DupwHtablaundiir
will as In the last, Lee builds three of
I'a her .parents Mr. and Mrs T. J": Terry. Harness, $19.CO. why types tires for three kinds of all conditions. *

Miss Annie Durban who has been Collars, $1.75. 375. $5.00) $7.60. TIle Quinine That Does Not Ailed The HeadBpnausti wees. The right type for your purpose is the one built
attending Rl'h.olln Croon Cove! Spring Sweat Pads 7Cc to 85c. The JAr. CordGirffin
f' of It. tonic' end Jsxstlv. effort LAX A. especially! for that use.
returned to her home last week. Bark Bands rOC 7Cc $1.00. TIME 1IROMO QUININE:: (Tablets ran Iw taken
For cruolUng ",,"Ico In town uda
Russell Warne, of the firm of II. caiiKlns; nervousmiss or rlnjina 2
Warne & Son, commission merchants Plow Lines, 05c to' Sc.' In the bead ixW.GKOVfe,S siiluatura unbur. :&> Consult us on tires. We'll survey the conditions your In the country Lee Cord construction -

p of New York 6 gal. Oil Cans, $1.50. tires and mikM UMM light' rldlnc tlrs
City, la here for theltrnwbl'rry must meet prescribe the Lee Tire that will
i ( Axes, $2.00. practically frw from the nsual tlr

s After a week's season.halt In shipping bet- Stove Pipe, 25c, S5c, '75('.. AsK fop serve! you best-the I Lee Tire that will give you maximum troubis-blowoui tr.s.4 separation.Bl ,
Tics in refrigerators to New York on Nails, lOc. :'HILLS"FIVE mileage and comfort. hood nod braakln. ,, Intonml ftlcUoo, .to..J/

account of labor troubles, the car service Staples, lOe.

t was resumed Saturday. The discontinuance Avery Plows, $10.50. MILLION PEOPLE -n6 7Ze- The Lee Fabric
of the service :
caused a Eye Hoes, 70 to 80c. -
heavy Ions to our growers.: You Perkins LAST A husky tin that flghts mean road
now see Sy that the
Neal Davis, of nil pont, was visiting UILL'SCASCARAfl & conditions and Invariably "win*.
big/ cities have to charge as much ormore r Johns
Stance I
relatives near Lnwtey last week. FI duality-built from lining to toad
+ Mike Futch than the small place to meet a. (ood-looking and
was a visitor to Jacksonville I si food ss It
'4 1 this week! I expenses. Somo things are a littlecheaper QUININE onnuod, whit mate of extra .loofa/1

W. R. Kersey of Jacksonville was but take the whole bill and

visiting relatives near Lawtey during Starko i a the cheapest. Then ..there's

the week-end. the freight to add from Jacksonville.Don't lJaOI'tI "

see where you would save any Smile)
IMPORTANT NOTICE Standard cold rem.dy foe I/ ,ace /
thing. -:. tDtI.t: fmn-safe. . L.
The price of Delc-o soya on .
t lighting plants Well, Brown, that proves it. Then XJw oI..h. v. a ca) i t. 81honrepo.
I will be advanced on \May lat. Orders p in dc" .
you got to the freight and don't -J. Ifr. ;
may hit booked" at the present price pay Mnney beet IsiU. The lures Mtlei'

+I ti until that date and delivery postponed see! the goods when you buy them likeyou *r.N'l\A'V! iIV ".nll.ton....with how bis''r. .NJ'p.A.

it until Tune 30th Address the Moore can at home-let's stick to Starke. i piatlr. .,*11. _

CompanyLake City,..Fla. it Ye but it cost Brown a prettyrr Xol'iX
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FRIDAY. APRIL 23. 1920. 3

I friends of the W. C. T.JJ. this after Messrs. Register, of Lake Butler, small box containing jewelry- f 10

noon at four o'clock. at the residence and Knight, of Starke. were! in town reward for return of entire eon
of the latter, in the northern part of electioneering one day last week. tents. D. L, Rigby, Starke.<< 4-23-21 SHIP roi'R' mm AND VEGETABLES i

Bits of Localinformation ti town. Pearl Shaw wag on the sick list a
few days of last week. FOR SALE-Small pecan grove con IN SEASON ALSO EGGS{ {

State Senator A, S. Wells, candidate Alvin demons, of Pine 11111, wn in taining'100 trees., just beginning to
I for railroad commissioner; was a town Sunday afternoon. bear. Terms $b00 cash Address Received on consignment.
i: visitor to Stark Tuesday Mr. Wells I Theodore Litchfield and family have Box 34, Gainesville. Fla. It. Highest market return I'
moved to
has represented Leon county in the I Gainesville where they will

' e....... g Omr r_.... >>.11< eeiI legislature continuously since 1907 i reside The in the future. CROSS TIE CUTTERS-Write for Promptly made. Will buy
+ r- .... M ... C..e..f 0.11 T. and is ccrterally conceded to be one : B. Y. P. U. held Iii regular prices and ship your tics of all outright if price. are right.
meeting last I
night with
of the most active and useful members Sunday rood grades to Gress Manufacturing Co. I,
,i of that branch
--.. Sonjr-Choir.: i! 40 E. Bay St. Jacksonville

F. F. Stump wa in Jacksonville! Jacksonville Tuesday 1 Opening prayer-P. M. Barefoot FOR SALE-At a bargain 20 acres I Reference Atlantic Nail Hank
Sunday. Headquarters for Straw Lidsat Scripture rC'ading-Leader. Clay county land, east of Highland
SternberK's.I Reading Fla. If interested write : : Dm
I E. "Necessity of Repentance"Ruby me for
W. Hayes has sent number ofImproved I
a Crosby.QI.otRtJon".Jt'rt'mllih. F. C. Bolinger, Shellyvillc> .
C, N. Cooper spent Sunday in Jack I rrice.
bee hives his
to father
thought' there was a lot of led tapeto Crosby, Harvey 4-10-61.
G. Hayes, of Brooker. to that adv in last week's paper about Baxter tS10@t0tOCliWOOD
Men's Work Panto, $2 to '3. Slump, I I the Peoples Grocery Co., at the depot Reading "The Nature of Faith"- STRAYED-Large black cow marked
Sate money bbu'lnjt at but I went down anyway and was I Elms Shaw. crop half crop in one our and\ smooth
Stern berg's. more than glad I did. "The Necessity of Faith"-Clara crop in other. Suitable reward for
Mrs. E. T.
I information. G. C. Sapp, Starke.
in Jacksonville Tuesday.Men's Charley Hardin, of Tampa, is visiting .Men's Suits, J35: : to $50. Stump's. "Repentance and Faith Continue"Inez 446.3t'STOVES Phone 13 Cooperand "t

his sinter, Mr J. D. Stansell, on I ,- Abernathy :
.Silk Shirts. Sternberg'fe. N Walnut street. 1"extIonday! the 28th Inst., will be Repentance is the Change!: Mind"E. and sewing machines. repair
I Memorial Day and the United rtaugh- W. Carter.Question Pd. Work guaranteed Work done Snellgrove for

:Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Mixon spent; ;.1 :Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Stansell motoredto tern! of the Confederacy request all from quiz| leader at your home or at my shop. 11. W.

Sunday in Jacksonville. Providence Sunday and spent the those who will kindly give flowers to Will"Solo-, Inez"Trust Him and Do His !Manning, Starke, Fla. 2t* your wood. Prompt

be used in decorating the veteransI
I with
Don't forget the big sale now going day relatives I Closing prayer. FOR SALE Registered pigs) four
grave to/ send them to the Methodist delivery and $1.50
on at the Cash Department Store church Monday morning.The Mrs. Hayes, of Old Bradford was Poland China boars, 4 nine old 1; five .<
Every day is bargain in
daj. Stump's.Lucian chopping: town Saturday afternoon Duroc Jersey sows and five boars,

Mrs!! A. S. Crews spent Tuesday I Don't forget to attend church next II 4 to 0 I mos. old; prices reasonable; worth sold for 1.50. ,
chopping; in Jacksonville. Waimight and sister, Mrs. Woman's Club requests the cltirtns Snndny T. O. nt the Free Will 11l1ptl t. Inspection! invited. College) of Agriculture ,
T. D. Griffin, returned to their home ( of Starke to bear in mind that need Hnrrn, was in Starke; on bust ,, A. W. Leland, Farm Superintendent
tin Jacksonville Friday. next Monday will be the first day of Monday._ I &
Runic Wells, of Jacksonville was a -. Gainesville, Fin. 2-0-tf Cooper Snellgrove
visitor to Starke Tuesday. clt'an11' week for our town. Everyone XKAR EAST KELIPr

Mrs. J. E. Wilson went to Gainesville is urged to put their premises, jn FOR SALE-Milk
cow three-quarters
Get your groceries at the Peoples Saturday afternoon to visit her "apple pie order" and help in every Near East relief has been organU- Jersey. Three months, heifer calf Starke Fla.

Grocery Co., depot. sister, Mrs, S. T. Dell. way possible to make our little city ed in Bradford county as follows: sired b)' registered Jersey bull. Both :
i beautiful.Mr. i County chairman Rev, C. A. ROlli.I i1
I of thl'Ino cash, for quick sale
I County chairman, women's division, I
Mr: and Mrs. JOB. E. Wilson
All tires in stock are sold at old Mrs. F. A. Scott. Rovcoe McLane, co| Quigley LumberCo. ,
| Sunday Gafnesville. and Mrs. C. L. Burcham and
prices which Is 20 below I 4-2-tf. .f
per cent new County treasurer, Mr*. J. If. Ritch. I
prices. Starke Vulcanizing Works. | three sons, Frank. Donald and Halley Chairman women's division, Starke,
Special price. on all our Silk Dress of Terre Haute, Ind., and Mrs. Mrs .L. A. Davis. t"
"""""" WE BUY raise and sell
... Come and see them. Stump's. !i Emma Sarchett, of Brazil Ind., were County chairman lodges F. F. fur houiltigrabbits
The Woman's Club safe of eats on and other fur bearing<< animals -
guests for a few days at the home of Stump.
Captain J. T. Hickey has moved Saturday afternoon was a very successful Sir and Mrs. A: E. Wall. Last Satur- County chairman public schools,' 1 Place your order with us, and DAVISAgency I j1
back to Starke from Macclenny. ; venture, clearing 3200. I I day the paity.left for Bartow where Prof. S. S. Howling. list whatever stock you have with
I County chairman churches us, stating lowest flat prices on
Rev. J.
they expect to make their fixture ,
Harold Wall spent the week-end in Mr. and Mrs. W J. Griffin, of Jacksonville '; home. C. nifrjrs.: large shipments. Address 615-517 Est. 1886

Gainesville with friends and relatives. have been visiting this week Chairman and representative at N. P. Ave., Fargo, N. D. 4-2-41. it
I tat the home of Mr. and Mre. O. J.I Lake Butler, Rev. W C Armstrong.
1 I I Mrs; Janie Weodard and daughter, INSURANCESTARKE :
Large quantities of cabbage and Griffin IMPORTANT NOTICE
Miss Julia Woodard, Misses Louise

(potato draws leave Starke daily Bargains every day at Stump's. l I I and Lucile Griffin, who have been '..CLASSIFIED.ADVERTISING' The price of Delco lighting plant I. i

spending the part week at the homeof will be advanced on !May lat. Orders

High test gasoline only 83 cents .a Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Harvard and Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Klcklitcr, returned may bp booked at the present price }
Starke Works.C.
gallon at Vulcanizing
children motored to Waldo Sunday to Monday to their homes in Jack- until that date and delivery postponed ,
Harvard's Dr. and sonville. until Juno 30th. Address the Moore ,
visit Mrs. parents, I I
M. Phillips, of Sampson City -
Mrs. A. Jolly. Company, Lake City, Fla. It.
j>ad business in Starke Tuesday. j 1 E. V. Moore, of Lake City, was in FOR Stevenson SALE--Horse and buggy.\ "H. L. 1- .' t

Miss Gladys Prescott! returned to Starke Friday in the interest of DelcoLight. Starke.493t.
J. W. Andrews, Jr., spent the week- : B. O. PAINTER FHltTILIZHIt COMPANY ;t
her home Friday, after visiting relatives This efficient lighting system .
nd id Starke with his family. FOR S.\LE-Betwcpn fiOO and 1200 ,
in Bainbridge" Ashburn and Valdosta will be advertised in the Telegraphand JACKSONVILLE FLO HI DAIMNBCTICIDKft
head of stock rattle. Apply to R. J.
Mrs. T. N. Limbaugh is in Ocala Ga.With is well worth investigating. Mr. Andrews, Dukes, Fla.426t.* COMPLBTK FKRTIMZKHNFBHTILIZEU .. .
Moore had just completed the installation
illitlug her cousin, Mrs. Maude Horn.J. -
every order of $2 or more of of a plant at Brooker for Mr < ,P..YItRA
2 4 of
acres Improved, -
A. J. McKinney, of Sampson groceries Saturday the Peoples Gro- Goldwire Colson. fenced land in Starke. C. A. Futch. FOULTMT WITPPLISIfik

cery will give I sample pack of good MVI. .. .. ..._... .. ....
ity, was a visitor to Starke Monday. It. .1..1 r l Lt.| 74.i Cfc .rl ... I. II.. with Uulltr
1 tea free. (I BROOKER -
,. '
| Job printing:,.any kind, neatly and WANTED-Honey. Send two-ounce
Shoes for the entire family at asaving Brooker
the office., April 23Mrs. Connelly, sample to Jacksonville Cracker
ickly done at Telegraph
at Cash Department Store. of Cooler Pond is here
visiting her Works Jacksonville
Fla. 4.9.4t'FOR {)
Cash Department Store. sister, Mr. Tiercy Roberts, this week.R. GENERAL INSURANCE
; A new line of Ladies Hathing Suits, W. Surrency, of Graham, was I'I \ ,'\
hoes and Caps just arrived. Slump's.Mrs Mrs. E. W. Harris and son, Billy, of in town Thursday afternoon. excellent SALE-Model 1920 Velle. car, In i
condition Terms
Jacksonville, have been visiting this Messrs. E. W, Carter and T. B. Pin- cash. Write( flf.OO. I HAROLD C. WALL :
1, : J. W. Killian, of Williamsburg, work at the home of Dr. and Mrs. J. holster spent Saturday on business in Box 34. Gainesville, It i I

'a., visiting her parents, Mr. and C. Wills. Lake Butler. LOST-Black FLORIDA
Irs. J. M. Truby.Fiftyfour Mesdames R. T. Osteen and 1'. M. sow, marked swallow STARKE
Wm. Struth has returned home af.ter Barefoot were called to the bedside of fork upper bit in one ear crop and
[ boxes in the postofliceKve a stay of several days in a Jacksonville their niece, Ruby Parker, of Plant under bit In other. Roy Roberts It FIRE LIFE, BONDS, AUTOMOBILE .

been replaced with new ones hospital, where he went for City, Saturday on account of her ill LOST-Probably nnnr Gaiety Theatre ,
the week. treatment of a sprained shoulder. ness.Mr.
and Mrs. J. C. Cone and children --- t
i --- -
I,I spent Sunday with relatives at ,
Mrs. J. Saturday
W. Epperson spent -
j,Everyone that has been down to New River.
Boplea Grocery Co., goes back again. J I|I and Sunday in Jacksonville with Mr Henry Sowell, of Cooler Pond, 'tJ
y7 I l I her sister l Mrs! D. M. Gornto, who is
was shopping town Wednesday af-
ill at Riverside hospital. ternoon.

( State Attorney A. V. Long, of Paitka I Miss Thflma Ward left Saturday : Monday attending to J. L. Peek loft Monday night: for for Gainesville, where she has accepted About The"
al business. 'i, Orlando where he will attend the session a position as clerk in the Wilson Money Kept
I 1 I of the Florida Grand Lodge: I. O. store.

[Cards, circulars, etc., for candidates O. F., as a delegate from May Lodge, Fred Hazen was in Starke Friday.,

ted on short orders at the Tele- ,, Starke. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Surrency, of :
House Hidden
Pine Hill in town
were Sunday af or Away
(aph office. i New Millinery every week at ternoon.

Sternberg's. Messrs. Lucian Hazen, Waiter Bax-
:rank Lane, of live Oak spent aort ter and Misses Willie Mac Nabb Clala
while in ,Starke Saturday with I Ir. I saved $1.23 on my week's supplyof Cone. Lubcdia Pinholster and l Inez
and Mrs. II. C. Richard. groceries by buying: at Peoples Gro- Abernathy were visitors near Worthinglon .

cery Co., last Saturday. They get my Sunday afternoon.Dr. I
Shoes at Sternbeig's. trade from now on.-A Customer.The W. E. Middleton, of Starke, If f
I panned through! our town last week. i\
Jr.. and Mrs. N. Sternberg motor- Woman's Missionary Society of Dr. A. E. Russell was In Starke

to Gainesville Sunday and spent the Baptist church will meet Tuesday Friday afternoon. ;
i day with friends. afternoon nt 4 o'clock at the church. 11. P. Gainey motored to Lake But- Is not always safe. I It is often found by

BMnvaMMBVMi V V BI M Shv v W All members urged: to be present. ler Monday. .
EJi: L. Dukes, of Jacksonville, Messrs. II. C. and Allen Surrrncy others and the owner suffers a complete loss. i
spent Saturday with relatives at Coo- ,
nt several days of the week here I Miss Beryl Mullady, of Hampton ter Pond.Fred .
friends. spent last week with her friend, Miss
Connelly and son, Leon, of

'A i,new 25c line a yard of Percales at Stump's.and Gingna .1 i of Ethel Dr.Hunt and ,!Mr who.. W.boards:E. ! the home Cooler Mr and Pond Mrs., were II, Gainey town Sunday.and children !- Then there arc other risks. A careless or H:-1

and Mrs. I'. A. Crosby motored
Mrs. A. JvBielling, of Providence is to Raiford Wednesday to attend the
i I thoughless act destroy the savings.
John of
Irs. Ilolton and children
visiting her brother, C. A. Mixon. Mrs! funeral of the child of Mr. and Mrs. may "
pac are visiting friends and rela- !'I Theo Lowe, of Tampa, is also a guest: Futch. I '
in Starke this week.
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at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. ,A. Miss Karma Parker, of Plant City

Jttle Miss Lois Denmark of Rai- Mixon.. home who has Wednesday been visiting to be here at the, returned bedside Money deposited with the Bank of Starke : .-
t is visiting her cousin Miss Jee-
of her sister! who is very ill.
of Ladies
Mae Come and our new line
& Baisden. and Children's Hals. !Stump's. A supper was night given for at Miss the Thelma schoolhouse is fully protected by firstclass"mechanical

IRa Edna Epperson of Lake But- Ward. Those present were Misses Eunice
spent the week-end with her cou- I'I Mrs. Geo. A. Gardiner returned to Hazen, Hazel Warren, Inez' Abernathy - equipment and burglar insurance, and again "
lisa Eva Epperson. her home Sunday, after spending: a Ona Rita and Thelma Ward,

'week with her daughters, Mesdames Willie Mae Nabb, Messrs Lucian. Fred i by experienced careful
pig savings in Clothing for the enI Z. J. Roberts and W. S. Yelvington, and Marvin llazen, Chester Andreu, '' management.Your .

I family. Call and inspect the line. at Hastings. Fh W, Carter Lewis Shriver. Rand
,, Crews Mr. and Mrs I. W. Pinholster, I t
liss Eva Epperson, of Waldo spent" '' Rev. B. D. Law, who is conducting Mr. and Mrs J. C, Cone, Mrs. G. B.
'i weeknd with her parents, Mr. evangelistic singing! at a revival in Colson and son, Bessie All report a money in this Bank is -safe, and always .
: Mrs. W. J. Epperson. Fernandina, will return the latter part nice time.M. .
of this week and services! will be held P. Matheny motored to Starke ready for you when you want it.

eet Feed, Hay Oats. Shorts Corn at the Baptist church Sunday at the Friday. .,
at Peoples Grocery Co. Prices usual hours. Mrs. I. L. Oliver and daughter, Can
110 to 25c under others. toe, of Pine Hill, werein our town
I i The Peoples Grocery Co. keeps neat, shopping Saturday afternoon. I,

liss Arlene McNabb, of. Portsbth clean groceries that are fresh and apdayzwhen Mabry Harrell, of Old Bradford ;
Va.. has been eta I Give them a trial Satur was in town Saturday afternoon. j
visiting ner .
I you come in town. Perman Roberts, of Graham, was in ,
EMw. W J. Thomas.t .
our town Tuesday attending to bulb a

Williams three Mrs. W. G. Cox, of Valdosta, Ga., is ness. I,
recently shipped
Allen Surrency of Jacksonville has
loads of sweet potatoes from this visiting her sister! Mrs. Dora Dand- been visiting relatives here for the

[ion.veralla. ridge. Mri. Cox was accompanied by past few daYI.Rev. .
little Miss Eva Dandridge, who will E. 11. Joyner, of Dukes, will fin BANK OF STARKE
$1.50 to $3.75 at Stump's. now make her home in Starke with his regular appointment here Satur- ,
her mother, Mrs. Dandridge. day and Sunday at the Fro Will Hap- /
N. i tlst church. ''
D. Wainwright and little
James Richard, were visitors to I SPRING IS HERE-and the boys Chester Andreu of New River, spent j i Large enough to lake care of your every landing need and not loo \ I
in I II
Sunday afternoon town.
for the
will soon be out practicing
IMPORTANT NOTICEe baseball games. Remember we carry I Joe Warren spent Wednesday In. ; . large to fully appreciate your patronage '.',
Jacksonville business. .
line of Baseball, Tennis on | n ,. .
a complete
Mrs. Crosby and baby here visiting
jbe price advanced of Delco on May lighting lit Orders plants and General Sporting Goodie Quigley at the home of her parents, Mr. E. S. MATTHEWS, Pres. GEO. WHITE, Cashier : .
Co. I ,
bfJ booked at the present price Lumber & Supply and Mrs. P. A. Crosby. She will be .. ,
that date remembered here as Miss Lily Crawby
and delivery postponed
June 86th. Address' the Moore,I Mrs: A. Price and Mrs. F. A. Scott who taught several terms of the

Ipany, Lake City Fla. It. will entertain the member and school here.



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t' Misnes Rhoda and Lomie Thomas fiftieth anniversary in 1824 and Is now I ASPIRIN -

TIRED BODY were the week-end guests of their uncle beginning an intense effort to reach I FOR COLDS

When Obligations E. J. Lewis, of Pine II ill. the second goal set by the Jubilee I ,
Arthur and Opal Lewis attended Committee, which is one million new
AND SOUL church at Dedan Sunday. members. Other objectives ares A local Name "Bayer" is on Genuine

..: Mean Nothing I). D- Thomas returned home Tues union in every community, every
day, after two' weeks epent in Geor.gia. county organized for the W. C. T. U., Aspirin-say Bayer

NOT SICK. BUT STILL NOT YOURSELF. every regular member in a local union
: TIIISK'OU'LL HE - --+ to secure another member and sec
ft!, If the trcfid of union labor, as illustrated the unions; too often the hnads have BETTER TOMORROW-: USE OF RIFLE AND ROPE URGED that her dues arc paid an honorary
by prenent day events, suggests threatened the people of the United STRIKERS member for every regular, member in
that there is no longer any dependence States with inconvenience, cold and ONLY YOU'RE :NOT every local union.
to be placed in the word or "ontruct famine. They have pressed hard upon
-\ of members of oiganizert :Jttor, and the great: mass of people who had THY TAKING I'EI'TO-MAXGAN Tenafly, N. J. April 17':-The use of
that industry and business must content done them no wrong, in order that the I the rifle and rope was urged at a cit Urovi T.*tcle .. chlE Ton*

i itself to the day's work, with no cries of the innocent might affect cmployers IT ISN'T SLr.EP011 NEED. HUT izens' meeting in the high school in rettorei vitality an. o"'IIY by urtrytnl and'"
," safeguard as to the possibilitie of of labor, and cause them to A GOOD IONIC-:MORE; RED dealing with strikers through whose ilclilnf the bluod. You can oon feel it*Stnmnuinloa
; the morrow, things will have come to surrender control of capital and immediately BLOODEveryone actions trains and mails have halted lovlfluratlnil Cffi,',,,. Price 0P0I. }
:,"" a pretty pass in America and it would reduce their operations to and the delivery of food and fuel impt - Insist on "Barer Tablet.
appear time for men who work and such as would possibly bring the riled in of.A.pi,1B. J
,,: who still value their word and bond greatest: return to the men who fur- frets: run down occasional The suggestion was made by Chag.Sifison. "DIAMOND. DYE" OLD direction a "Bayer for package Cold., containing Pain HcadatEe prop",
above dollars or ambition to declare 1 nich tho physical strength for opera ly. Sometime it's weeks before you a banker. Neural* a, Lumbago, and .,
gainst! affiliation with avowed adherents tion. Rt-t: your energy enthusiasm and happiness GARMENTS LIKE NEW Name arr" muns Rneumatium,
Acting Mayor Kennedy who geouine
{ presided A'piflo,
to the rule or ruin faction which ;i' The world is getting of back al1a: n. rre.onbd bv
: weary at the meeting, declared he was Any woman can dye faded, shabby for nineteen 7'
proposes to get everything and give: "strikes" and Homething Is likely to Any doctor will tell you to be careful convinced that radicalism was' responsible wearing apparel -alieHicr wool silk cotton Handy Jln boxes of 12 tableu
nothing.: The so-called "unauthoriz- I, happen within the next few years that in a time like this. Your body has for the strike. linen or mixed poods to any color, cont few eents. Aspirin k trade mark
'fd" utrike. which is now causing untold may cause that word to be forgotten. little power of resistance, and the danger "The one to treat these is junt like new, by following simple directions cf Bayer Manufacture of Monoaoetiilcldeater .'j.
Inconvenience and Ions to millions In sections cf the the way men of "Diamond of Salicylicacid. .
some country of catching some serious disease in each package Dyes. .
to give them dose of their ownViedi-
In this country in an illustration of a
have forward
the folly ot ambitious and unnerupu- people already stepped is great. Temporarily, your blood has cine," was the declaration of Capt. 11..
and organized labor notice that
put : on too few "fighting" corpuscles. John Huxley. 'If claim the : -
Ion leaders who have built a FrankttiHfein right I ;
it is time to call halt acts
that they cannot control. Time a when upon I Ivlolenre. K'B the work of these name red corpuscles to treat us as they please, then we I
was a
Organized labor, presumably n comliinat'riTi was regarded an juiit a to keep you free from fatigue. claim the same right to protect ournelvcs I As Dead Dodo

of men of; chili/ in yond the law, and things' "lIlrlk'r"I t Being: constantly tired out-depressed and in our own'way.. Our mails' II
certain linen who have joined forces not be tolerated for a (' in body end mind-is almost allure have been stopped and the government I
I, for mutual benefit and protection, now ordinary citizen were or overlooked t-ign that your blood needs help for a fchould step in without delay."
" nppcars in the light Of n physical if the man committing an time. ---
force thnt Is being operated l nwny "Found Srten Rats Dead in Bin :NextMorning"
overt act were n dlnsrruntlM employe, GuoVs
: is
Pepto-Mangan a Btanda.,1rrmedy
from intelligent direction. The men loafing and calling others who worked l II
who have been ordered to strike, time in cases' of anemia (or blood1"sns8) -
"scabs. In Miami a few days' aA'othe Robert Woodruff says: "My premises
flrd l again, when no doubt they could chamber of commerce adopted /supplies/ the iron and es infested with rats I tried
BOO little reason for *uch a courtto; often strong resolutions which mean that other properties your blood needs to RAT-SNAP friend's
.' directed by the union leaders! to men who wifth to go to that city and ctutch up with its task of keeping ,you tion. Next on recommcnda- '
: violate contracts mndo good faith morning found seven dend i|
in fresh
work need not swear away their manhood and alert in every fibre.
with employers who tveie living up *o and take the yoke of unionism rats in bin, two near feed box, three ;t iALOMEL "
I'epto-Mangan has the
r the letter and s >ir't' of their agrounipnta I on their shoulders unless they wish to hearty endorsement in stall. Found large number since.

'. ore now iijipnrenily ftriklng do 110. Tho city of Miami is and always of physicians, i is an agreeable No smell from dead rats RAT-SNAP
\ without: such orders he-ansc some minor will be ""pen hop," say the business tonic to take, and may be had at dries them up. Best thing I have ever
I: cfllcials hav> iK I ', Ide.l mat there is I any drug: store in either liquid or tab used."
men, and their action means Three sizes, 2Gc, 60c, $1. Sold Every druggist in town-your druggist and everybody's
let form. Both drug
1 be have the
Homebody to >o. pimftlicil to p'mifmcq lIomethln same and guaranteed by D. C. Jones and J. has noticed
gist a great falling off In the sale of
ov nomeining: Ie upnri in IMU Unionism originally fctood for efficiency value. M. Mitchell. calomel. They
business world-and no thought Is given and the primary purpose of the Be eure to ask for Gudc's. There -. all give the same reason. Dodson's Liver Tone is taking its
to the public or to the breaking of
word and bond by individual employes. unions was excellent; it has' come to is only one genuine Pepto-Mangan W. C. T. U. JUBILEE FUND place.
be that unionism now most often and the
name "Gude's" should '
It is natural enough to find the on' "Calomel is
dangerous and know it
people while
higher-up union leaders much excited moans a combination to obtain by fair. the pa'kage.-Adv. "Sound the Jubilee" has meant, up Dodson's
over the actions of this overgrown! and means or foul, the highest possible' to this time, to help raise the Jubilee Liver Tone Is perfectly safe and gives better results," said a

Ill-proportioned giant and it would appear amount of wages: for the least amount 7AFP Million Dollars to promote the program prominent local druggist..
that their consternation l is gen- of work; and with such a standard net of the Woman's Christian Temperance "

nine and their fears reasonable. If by leaders it is' no wonder that the Ziff, April 23. Services Union for the next five years.
the unions' declare themselves greater body breaks' away from the control of at Dcdan Sunday by the pastor were R,..,.. I The departments of World Prohibi Take "Dodson's Liver Tone" Insteaci I ,,
than their officers then the whole plan the hcuS and runs amuck. Union labor J. W. Woods. tion, Americanization, Child Welfare, -. -- ---- .".....

of the structure' falls for as a human needs' to have a care lest the radical Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Warren attend Health and Morality, Women in In Dofoon'i Liver Tone ]. personally Take a spoonful at night and
body Is of little value without a head, clement BO completely rung away ed church at Dedan dustry and Education and Information wake
BO the hundreds' of thousands of men from principle and good: faith an to I Harry Howard, of Sunday.Gainesville must be financed, therefore from guaranteed by every druggist who up feeling fine; no blliouineii sick ,
composing union labor must grope cause tho holder of a union card to in our burg Saturday. was March 20, 1919, to !March 20, 1820, sella it. A large bottle costs but. a headache, aeld stomach or constipated "

along and flounder in the dork when hide it, and declare himself unwilling I I Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lewis epent the there has been a drive to raise one few cents, and if it faib to give eal1 boweli. It doesn't gripe or oauae inconvenience ; ,

refusing to be guided: by reason. Too to be characterized as one who merely i week-end at Starke with relatives. million dollars.Bradford relief ln every cue of liver .luggi h- all the next day like violent :
often in the past few years strikes signs: a contract to (ret a job and repudiates Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Thomas County's' W. C. T. U. un calomel.
have been Functioned by the heads of it at wlll.-Tlme -Union. I I the week-end Gainesville spent ions have given $150. Amounts given B..I and cooitipatlon, :you have only Take a doie of calomel
near with
their mother Mrs. Howard. from each union as follows: Lawtey, to ulc for your money back.Dod.oD" today and tomorrow you will feel "
Lula $25.00; Hampton. $8.20; Lake Butler, weak, sick and nauseated. Don't lose t.
I Mae Lewis '
CONGRESSMAN CLARK INTRODUCED what ever which tends to cultivate the in Starke with her coa spent ln.the Rosa week-end B.50; Graham, $3.40; Brookcr. $2.25; Liver TOD Is a pleaaantiarting a day' work Take Dodaon'i Liver
I CATTS TO militaristic Hodg Starke. 10465. I'urely'egeta'le'!
CANNON spirit through compulsory es. remedy, Tone instead and eel flue, full of
/ methods of any and all kinds. The W. C. T U. will celebrate its l rmlce. to both children and adulta. vigor and ambition.
St. Augustine: April;; i 14. Following We believe! in fostering the militaristic I

letter from Congressman Frank Clark spirit through the voluntary -
to Robert Ran on of this' city, i is self- method, such as making the regular:
explanatory: army more attractive and remunerative 1

House of Representatives, Washing. arranging training camps and
ton, April 9, 1920. the like but we most earnestly protest
Mr. Robert Ranson St. Augustine, ngalnst the compulsory methods in all
Fla.: Dr. Mr. Ranson: Your favor its forms and aspects.) .

of the Ith instant has Ju.t reached mI!. Be it further resolved; That a copy
On one occasion when fov.! Catts of this' resolution be sent to the Hon. I

wan visiting Washington; Mr. Smlthwirk Duncan U. Fletcher, senator from You Can Get
::1: my colleague: took the governor Florida, thut one copy be sent to the Goodyear Tires
on the floor of the house when the State Secretary Farmers Union, that '
house'! was in session.AH one copy be furnished the Bradford

you know, the of the County Telegraph for publication and
different that one ropy be kept in the permanent for
states have the right to goon That
the floor either of the house or tho records of this Union Sturdy Smaller Car

senate whole those bodies When I walked into the house I Secretary and Treasurer. Appointed
met Oov. Calls and after I had talked to draw up resolution.. ...

with him a few minutes I introduced
a number of members to him. I
remember distinctly that he expressed HAPPYVO\ ''EN
a desire to meet Mr. Cannon, and I
went over to the Republican Bide and Goodyear's notable accomplishments
asked Mr. Cannon to walk over with in I'
me to the Democratic tire-making none exceeds in
side and meet Plantof Them In Starke, and Good high relative
Oov, Catts. the governor of Florida. value of
Rea.on for It product the
Mr. Cannon immediately arose and Goodyear Tires made

went with mo and Iintro'durt'd him to Wouldn't Buy woman bo nappy.. in the 30x3- .'
Ute governor, and my recollection inthnt After years of buckuche sultarlug, 30x31/2-, and 31x4-inch: sizes. )

they Bat down and, hud quite a Duys of misery, nights of unrrnt.

llttlo conversation. What they discussed The distress) ot urinary troubles, These
I do not now remember, and When slio liuds readout tires afford to owners of Ford
would! not undertake to give of ,
their conversation. There is, however any lowing.Many readers will profit by the lot, Chevrolet, Dort, Maxwell, and other cars
no doubt in the world
about my intro
ducing them nnd about their talking Mr A. C. Fling;, Starlte, says: taking these sizes, the important benefits of

with each other there on the floor. I "When living In North Dukota, somr Goodyear ,
also remember that I went over to time ago, I was ailing with ray bock materials and methods employed '

Chump Claik's sent nnd brought him and kidneys. As t Unew a grcnt many in the world's
largest tire
over and introduced him to the gover: people In that country who bad used production. \

nor. With best wishes. I nni yours Doan'a Kidney pills with excellent results

very truly, FRANK CLARK. I I began taking them. My kId Your
I nearest Goodyear
\' RESOLUTIONS------- nlY' gave_ ma nn p nn little_ HlotVAua________ _anA_.. Service Station ;

the small of my bark hurt me con Dealer offers you in these tires
a degree of I
stantly. OU n back
my twinged. My
Passed. at lOculnr Meeting of Starke performance and
f Farmers I'nion kidneys were disordered, too, until t satisfaction only possible

Stnike. Fla.. April 8, 1920.::! took this remedy. Doan's soon put as a result of such I'
II Senator Duncan U. Fletcher, and end to the trouble and I have had extraordinary manufacturing -

Washington, D. C. DO recurrence of ,1110 complaint." advantages.Go .
( ''i Hon. Senator: The Starke Farmers Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't

Union No /fiO!!. at the regular meet I simply ask for a kidney rl'm.dy-get

. I April 3, 1020, passed the following I I Doan's Kidney 1'lIIs-the same thnt to this Service Station Dealer for these
Mrs. Flit bad Foster-Mllburn! Co.,
I We, the members of the Mfrs., Buffalo, NT, "" tires, and for Goodyear Heavy Tourist
Stnrke Farmers Union No. f>09, reuli.lng -
the mistakes of our late rival, He has them.

!-' Germany, through the militaristic. No Woi ms in a Healthy Child
spirit which win cultivated
through All children troubled with worms have an un
comrmlsorv military training, believ healthy color,which Indicate*poor blood and at a
ing thnt the snirit of d"11orru'v would ruin,here la tm , lie fettered bv such legislation and !: TAS11.LESS: chili ION 1C given' rc uUrly.
'" having supreme confidence in the spir. fur two or thr...i""*wk. will rnrlch the Mood tin
it, valor prove the dliwMliia anil, act a*a General; Strength
and patriotism of our :young filing Tonlo to t>>..wlmle aywem. Nutura will tin;
and rising: generation; and thut the thniwofTor dlatwl thewivinf.and tlieChild: will\! In
tuxes required to put nn enactment in In ..erfort health. I'U r rant to Ink* (We.It'rh'l\ko t tI
force would work an extreme hnrdshin --, ,
on industry In ponrenl nt this time of ATTACKS LACKiri'i AND COLD
threntened financial crisis; THREE WAYS
Wi"h to place ourselves, on records

being opposed to any legislation Dr. Williams 101 Tonic
C.eU Right to

Work to Clean and Strengthen the I Fabric 3OxJ'4!, All-Weather Goodyear Double-Cure Tread ..-- S23co; C5rodycnr: Heavy Touri.t Tube are built to protect owing..
Ihxly. V.y endanKcr.: go.d ca.l with cheap tuber
Catarrlial Deafness Cannot Be Cured 3C '"t1'i Oocidyenr: PinclcCuret': ilalir .... lleavy TourUt Tube. coot little Goodyear
> nore
v tube
t the>y local dlaeaaed application portion* of tli ttijr: ear.cannot There reach ta Iron, Quinine and Magnesia are the ? c, Anti-Ski J Tread--.. ..- L- lew merit. 30x3.4 '''i:e in waterproof bag. ._...._ $450
only one way to cure Catarrttal Deafneie, chemicals in lot Tonic. Each
end that le by a ronatliutlonal remedy. one attacks CoKls, LnGrippe and Malaria :0 ,
through th. Blood on the Mucoue Surface in Its own way. Iron strengthens
of the Hyatem. Catarrhal Peafneie I* the blood, Quinine kills the disease :
raued! by an Inflamed! condition ,
of the
muooui liningof the Euatachlan Tube. Terms in it, Mafrnexia clears the body II
tvtinn thla. tube la Inflamed you have a of all its accumulated poisons

.rumbling..hen It .le sound entirely or cloned.Imperfect! P..afu hvnrlnR..... i I.and the i' Not many colds will stand this attack. .
reeull. Unleu the Inflammation can be re' They will soon jtive! in and :you "
duced and thla tube mtored to Iti nor- I feel
quite old self
mal condition hearing mixjr be destroyed your again.Dr. .
forever.. Many caeva of D..afne n arecau..d Williams' 101 Tonlo l is also a

by of Catarrh the Miicoiie which Rurfaces.ONE le an.Inflamedcondition mighty fine fron
HUNDRED DOTLI AUS (or any Always keep it on hand.2Sc .
ea>e of Catarrhal Dvafncne that cannot and 60c bottles for
be cured by HALL'S CATARRH sale at your
MEDICINH. drug store.-Adv 2.
All Drucelat* 7>c. Circular free,
1". ;c. Cheney *. Co., Toledo. Ohio.


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: --L easily a hundred feet.- It was noted ] Ing a wagon and accompanied by his free of cost this vaccine being for I Colds Cause Unp aDd Influenza
also that the largest tentacles near the young son lie wi s overtaken by Mr. typhoid[
News of Florida in Short I triple which include paratyphoid BROMO LAXATIVE QUININE Tabtot* .
body were as large as a man's body. } Johnson in a Ford. Both men were A and 11. The triple typhoid : ca.... Then I. only on* "Brotno QamIoa.- ,
-' armed and it is alleged that Rivers
I II vaccine require the same number of Eo W.GROVES Un.mi no.... Ma

[ !!! !! NewsTold I I.i I home Shortly of J.After E. Wison midnight of LeeRburg Monday was the fired ly. After at'the Johnson the fire,affair killing first.Mr.Rivers Johnson Johnson instant con-returned inoculation as the.other, three. -

entered robbed
.. of some by valuable two burglars jew.lty Mr. and he tinued transacted his way several to Lake matters City,of here business Jft off Corns!

by Otir Exchange. lIrVison had retired only a few after which he appeared at hesheriff' So Should We.
.i minutes before the robbery but were We should lifHltnte. to trade horsea
related what
had occurred Doesn't hurt a bit and Fieetona
----- - --- --- not awakened until after the yeggs with n IIIHII who ninkos his
--- living that
. and himself lIe is
__ gave
: T T!i up.
- -- had costs
made their aroused few
escape, being now in awaiting only a cents.
1 Jail, preliminary trial. I r
The thirty-third meeting of Florida son in the fall, will have regulations by the screams of their" daughter who,
Horticultural Society convenes at formed that will definitely assure tho 1 I, had seen the light; used by the burg-1 TIPHOI1) PREVENTION"Get : (
: Ocala\ this year May 4-7th. highest classification of the bivalves 'tors as they searched an Adjoining I I I

and free from contamination for local room. The men" were ransacking the'|' vaccinntod" is the advice the ?! I _
Florida has two men with (a yearly and foreign shipment. room occupied by a cousin when she 1rzNDLE
state board of health is the
income of $500,000, two men with 1 ___ wan awakened by the flashing of alight Florida giving
$150,000 and six with in her face. She started to citizenship with the approachof HOTEL
'. men $100,000. A party of prohibition seized TV
agents the
fly season usually accompaniedby rlG
several illicit stills and destroyed for help but at the first attempt" was an increase in typhoid.As JACKSOtlV llf'FLAtunptanPlan
The Jacksonville I fifteen barrels of beer gagged, bound and left helpless to ,
Shipping Corpora mash twenty a preventative measure against I 'Conplete
watch the marauders their
tion has set a new record for the gallons of moonshine whiskey in the parch. About the time complete they pocketed typhoid, vaccination has proved signally 0IIhidt looter'.Sleac.Il a tlodehccmentdst
southeast by establishing a thirty- Maxville district Tuesday afternoon. successful and has been the
of her COM9dI.Cor.WH\iCH\f totveythir 'In
mil taken
The driver of the jewelry and had a
eight hour service between this automobile which .
port means of decreasing typhoid to a considerable
white sapphire ring from her finger, hart of seNt for Booklet
took the officers
to the
and Havana and Porto Rico. scene was said extent, not only in Floridabut City' .
to have been reams from another room frightened tl tfITI. PROP'a"And
roughly handled by ia throughout the United States.
them and made their
Lee county Is the largest one in the crowd while carrying the stills and a they escape. According to the records of the vitalKtatmtics
State with .4,641 square miles. It is gun to where the machine had been department there were 176 I I II
1,023 square miles larger than both : parked. Chalker\ Rivers, whose home was in dtyiths in Florida from typhoid last There Want the SllghU Odor
Rhode Island and Delaware and nearly Columbia county not far from the Su- year, lOfi of which were among white From Head Hats" I'I II a
as large as Connecticut. Sixty-five hundred workmen were wannp county line, was shot land killed people t and 71 among negroes. A totalof
failed out on strike Wednesday in Thursday morning by Nathan 5lfl! cases was recorded with the vital Writes John Simpkina, farmer of I|I ,
Sixty-four care of Florida perishables twenty-seven of the largest cigar: fac Johnson also a resident of that sec statistics department.By Annandale, N. J. "Kats were costing I t With' your IIngn.1! You em' lift OH
were held in Jacksonville alone tories in Tampa in order to maintain ion. From all accounts, the killing waging a constant war against me hundreds yearly; tried dogs, fer-I| any hard corn soft corn or corn between
Monday enroute to points north ,*! the the present position of the union in Is the result of an old feud Rivers open privies the board han" succeeded I I rets, poison, couldnt get rid of I the to., and the hard skin callunos from
Ohio and east of the Mississipp., because the factories. The manufacturers have laving been out of the county for several in decreasing typhoid in Florida and fought; $1 pkg. HAT-SNAP ((5 cakes) bottom of feet
of strikes on railroads at desti- declined to admit the collector of un months( and had but latclyTcturn- U working vigorously to make still :' Used half, not a live rat since.' Dead i A tiny bottt of "FranoDI" cants littl '
nation points. I ion dues or union officials! to enter the ed. He la' said to have gone to the further progress in its campaign of I,,'I ones aplenty. I like RAT-SNAP because at any drug stores apply a few dropi
factories, and such officials employed home of Mr.' Johnson and fired two eradication this year. The citizenship upon the corn or ul!lu Instantly it ,
Sometime in them were recently discharged. Un- micifl of buckshot into the walls of tho of the state can assist the health officials I after killing rats it dries them .torn. hurting, then shortly you lift that ''F
Thursday night unknown ion officials said no demands welling and threatened Johnson's I life+ by getting vaccinated against up-leaves no smell. S sires, 2Cc, riot bothersome' corn or callus right off, root ;
J persons shot and badly injured hones involved. wage are The morning the shooting; occurred the itiHoaflC. $1 Sold and !guaranteed by D. J. and sit'", without one bit of pain or or..
belonging to Chas. Cochran of Punta livers was enroute to Lake City, driv. The boaid is now providing vaccine Jones and J. M. Mitchell.-Adv. aesa. 'ulyl No humbug I
Gorda. The
shooting was done with a '
shotgun and recently three cows suf I Railroad and steamboat embargoesof -- s, 1I ./
fered in the same way. the past two or three weeks lure :
materially injured the citrus growers'
Marshal J. F. Kinkaid of Live Oak, who have been unable to ship the late I
has the best 25 acre field of melons in fruit. Potato digging will soon begin
lion of covering the plants with paper in "'Iorida-but what will be the use
tion of covering the plants with peper of digging spuds if they are to be permitted
cones saved them from damage by to lay at the railway stations
'] .1 it frost and cold. and rot? Half the newspapers of the
state are right up against the proposition -
A drive against loafing has been Inaugurated of a paper shortage because of
ar by the sheriff of Leon coun- the strike. .
ty, who has posted placards warning -
- that non-employed to accept employ- Miss Florence Heath of the beauti- ,
ment or suffer arrest and prosecution ful country estate, Loch Meade, near
under the vagrancy laws. Eldorado, Lake county, had been told
ii r that a red-coated rat would run all
4 A deal was made this week between the others away, and as the granariesof
", W. A. Ogilvie of Duval county and D. the place were full of rats she essayed
? McCabe, of New York state, whereby an experiment. Trapping a big a
the latter becomes owner of 800 acres rodent she poured red paint over it
l y of land near Callahan. Mr. McCabe while in the cage, and letting the 1 1r
will locate a stock farm on this : paint dry thoroughly, turned the bril-
< devoted principally to hog land'j liant-hued rat out among its fellows. '
Within a couple of days the place was '
entirely free of the ..anl- l 1 ttlt +lt "
W, G. Patterson, a well known Hap
tint minister who served" many charges male, which, according to r'r.orts. 1tt ,
> in the state, including Starke, Arcad found safety from the "red J i
ia. Fernandina and South Jacksonville, __ stark cattle. Apply io R.J, rwt I
l passed away at the home of his(, Notwithstanding! the heavy !rains : rear, Dukes, Fla.2.Ot' )1 Q II i
daughter in Vineland, N J., and will and cool weather, Waurhulu truckers t vl
be buried in that city. are sending out nearly a thousand ,-"' SALE-.2ti W tt ,. I
crates of beans and cumbers daily, s--- land in acres of improved p' n d s+ vy1 .
Florida has 4,158 miles of graded and notwithstanding the railroad wed Starke. C. A. Futch. 1tj I .
earth roads f 04 miles of strikes and embargoes on shipments, :
; > asphalt; I
miles of brick; 35 miles of concrete" ; beang and cucumbers are selling from c D-Iloney. Sind L. p k
t ?
$4 to $5 crate at the station. Determined tanouncet
per -
miles pie
1,208 of rock oil treated; 538 to Jacknonville
miles of shell and 1,944 miles of sand to save what they can of t rkn, Cracker. (
; r t : .
their fine vegetable crop being heldup Jackannv'' pt, +u-:
clay; a grand total of 9,224 miles anmore d
by strikes and the
being I embargoes, j
built : growers BIO resorting to parcel post '"
shipments: More than fifty crates of t w1 r
While a freight train of the Tampa I
vegetables were sent to New York by .
1 & Jacksonville Railway was doing mail. The parcel post charges aver- . . i 4t ? ,
switching work at Camp Siding, north ncred $2.50 per crate. c -
; of Gainesville, Mixie Rowe, colored I in ''I I II .

some manner lost his footing and fell 1 Col.\ II. T, Fisher will
erect a 1um- I r I
across the track and as a result was O iwJ I
S'' ,x mashed to doath between two freight bar of: poured concrete houses on recently "\ -
Care acquired property on the Eustia I
and Tavares highway A firm in -

yesterday According by to Sheriff information W. II. received Dowling Cleveland molds, has for perfected after tho years making' machinery of of experimenting concrete and- 1 ;;. when the first \

Remember J
M the rattle dipping; vat half a mile from I houses and Col.\ Fisher has ordered : j\11
; Whitehouse ,
was dynamited Monday'' )lone of the first outfits which will be :J ." ,
night and .
completely destroyed. This .
shipped to Eustis shortly and work .
tVi w r Is the second vat blown up in portyOiFl h- begin the type of construction 1 jiu_ ? -' i "
on pew
i ern Florida within the past year. which: U Braid to be the last word in I I .

modern, fire-proof, water proof and' auto mo'ecametotown I
Potato growers Of the Hastings see practically indestructible houses. fl 9
1 _
t tion are very much incensed at negro '

? labor agitators who have been circulating A huge octopus was found last week : TVO. III 4 4V
a there trying to get the field on the beach below the Ilillsboro Inlet .
laborers dissatisfied with the present I I. .
the house. .
near light The mono .. .
usages s and it has been determined t III
I afar cuttle fish
had evidently been *
+ cast : there that we sold them to
use drastic measures in getting rid of ashore few earlier TpODAY are more you.
a days and was ..
4 the elements. _" '"" .T H,: _
found by Civil Engineer Holtslaw and A than 7,000,000 of them / .. 1'' I
4 his surveying party, who were greatly / l ,: :1
One of the important land deals of interested in the monster. The distance in the I
country. Pretty
l the county was closed Saturday when across the body, measuring from I ;' 4 soon U. S<, Tires have a record

i the Davenport Development Co. sold] tip to tip of opposite tentacles was ,.. .. nearly everybody in this sec-
all .
holdings including some 5,000 ''..l behind them
w acres of land around Davenport and ii] tion will be traveling: around In II!
we 800 town lots to the Hollyhill Grove "-' Sefoef jrour f/r.. mo- rII *' r

and Fruit co., with headquarters i in !, I cording to the road in his own automobile. They are built by the pet.s I
Jacksonville The consideration was 'Co_ they have to travel:
$57COO. I I Insandyorhlilycnun- II pie who perfected the first I

Why try Wherever the going; '
side automobile tire
Forty-seven prospectors from Indiana I* apt to be heavy-The The first straight ,
purchased more than $200,000 Suffer? ;j V. S. Nobby. thing a man who produced the first -
worth of land of the Howey Land Co., For ordinary country wants to know nowadays pneumatic
in and about the town of Howoy Fri- i-The U. S. Chain truck tire.
day This is the first of a series' of Mrs. J. A. Cox. of ANderson t or when he starts out to buy a
excursions which will be run into that ; : W. Va., writes: For front whr>el_"*-
section on the first, tenth and two "My daughter sufn I tT. S. Plain is going Two of the greatest contributions ''

mer tieth, of each month during the cur feted terribly She could !, ""For.ry"belt, here-U result, Money depositcc ) it run- to tire and motor I I

not turn in bed , the I t
Royal Cord
On schedule tim and without a doctors rave: her up and 1 I is fully protected', economy ever made. I

hitch, the fifth and East\ section of the we brout; : her home to
Bruce Company's big dry dock was die. Elic, had! suffered sore : lib au vciy well( to take IV
launched in Pens colh in the presenof i ...
much at time. Having I
a large number of people The 1 some dealer's word about a As representatives of the
heard of Cardul, we
launching of this final
unit marks an
epoch in the city's industrial life, for otltfor Itcr." tire-if you know who he is oldest and largest rubber con

the port may shortly be in position to I
dock some of the largest: vessels com and his object in selling it cern in the world, we have
ing into the Gulf to trade. IIW.CX> 'ltossrc1u11R'osm'5JJ* to
you. a reputation to live up to. I

The load steamship of freight Apache from Jacksonville carried outa jCARDUI' Our object in selling U. S. We can't afford! to substi'J I

rr for New York Saturday for the first itcs is
to have
time since March 13th, when the you come tute "just as, good"; tires for

freight lines service on on the all Atlantic coastwise seaboard steamship The Woman's Tonic back for more-and. be glad tires of standard quality.

was paralyzed because of the strike .
of longshoremen in New York. Men "Inafewdayssnebe-
not affiliated with the striking union gan to Improve" Mrs. I
are being employed to handle freight. Coxconbnues'landhadno

trouble at. . Cardul United States Tires
James Marcus Fletcher, a young cured her and we slag ::1
farmer residing near Goulds, was instantly Its praises everywhere.
killed at his home by the explosion We receive many thou
of a stick of dynamite from sands of similar letters Ford Garage Starke Fla.
which It IB believed he was removing every year telling of the ,
the cap, the dynamite having pre good Cardul' has done for I
iously: failed to explode when he tried women who suffer from Service Garage Waldo Fla.
to use it to blow up a stump in clearIng complaints so common 10theit '
It I

land. du.!ood. too hwddT lR Maceo Hicks, Proprietor

The State Board of Health will - I'

shortly commence a thorough investigation !.
of the oyster beds on the Halifax II
and before the opening of the sea. .
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